Works everything, 100%
Works everything, 100%
Asus Eee PC 1000H. Ubuntu 10.10
Asus Rampage II Gene, Core i7 920 @4GHz + TRUE Black, Corsair Dominator 6GB RAM @ 1866MHz, Gainward Nvidia GTX295, OCZ Vertex Turbo 60GB SSD, Western Digital RaptorX 150GB, ~4TB HDDs. Windows 7 Enterprise 64bit SP1
toshiba A305D turion x2 2Ghz ati 3100 graphics. it works well with 10.10 64 bit. the latest update seems to have fixed the freezing upon waking issue. the fan seems to stay on medium, but the computer never gets hot. all function keys work.
second computer to report, lenovo think pad R61 15.4" 1.8Ghz core 2 duo, integrated graphics. computer works great with 10.10. 64 bit. once again, the computer never gets warm, and the function keys all work.
Ubuntu 10.10, desktop, i386
Works great !
I recommend this netbook for the use of ubuntu 10.10 .
wireless & lan works out of the box.
suspend and hibernate - i installed from synaptics the package 'hibernate' and since then, it works flawlessly.
i installed it in dualboot, so i had to delete on of the 4 primary partitions that were already used for : 2Xwindows, 1Xwin recovery, 1Xunknown.
and install ubuntu on the second primary partition. worked great (with the basic linux knowledge offcourse)
Ubuntu 10.10 32bit
Lenovo Thinkpad T60 widescreen
HP nx6320 (ancient)
not tested - modem and fingerprint reader
1. 10.04 LTS Ubuntu (Gnome-desktop & XFCE) (also tried 10.10 for a while, before going back to 10.04)
3. Acer Aspire 5251-1005
Originally, the wireless did not work up until Broadcom released their open source drivers. On the last reinstall (about a week ago with 10.04 LTS) it was a simple matter of having a wired ethernet connection and choosing "System>Adminstration>Hardware drivers" and installing the Broadcom driver. Works right away.
One problem is that a few of the keys are not working (the 'raising elephants trick, AltGr + SysRq+ REISUB, does not work, even if I try Ctrl+Alt+SysRq+REISUB) I am still trying to figure out a keyboard layout that will work for doing this (sucks if your session freezes and the only option is to power off, potentially damaging the harddrive).
Another problem is that my internal mic is not detected (neither in Skype, nor in volume settings). Only the audio in line is detected for recording and there are no other options (although the webcam works fine and the mic is right beside it). Haven't found a solution to that either. You could easily buy a external mic and plug it in I guess to 'line in' I guess.
When you guys say everything works, do you mean power/battery management as well?
Processor: Intel i7
Graphics: ATI Mobility Radeon HD5730
Issue with the font on the extended monitor ASUS MS228H. Can not get a clear picture using firefox. Very annoying. Hopefully can get sorted soon
Toshiba Satellite Pro L510.
10.10 seemed to be the only ISO I could install.
... to grub fixes up a few issues.Code:acpi=copy_dsdt