Thinkpad W520 (i7 2820QM, nVidia Quadro 2000M, Plextor M2P SSD)
- everything works (mic, camera, nvidia drivers)
- brightness Fn buttons didn't function without adding:
Option "RegistryDwords" "EnableBrightnessControl=1"
- didn't try to get finger reader working
Here it is,
IBM Thinkpad X60s @ 1.6gHz, 80gig 5600rpm Hdd, 1gig DDR2 ram, Broadcom wireless card, running single boot UBUNTU 11.04 vanilla install. Only issue was a minor audio glitch with Skype, but that was corrected with a software swap.
Please Only List
1)Version Of Ubuntu: Oneiric Ocelot 11.10 Ubuntu
2)Laptop Maker: Asus
3)Laptop Model: Asus 1015B
Work smoothly with it
N.B. After installing some missing driver e.g. VGA etc.
1)Version Of Ubuntu: Ubuntu 11.10 (SO 32-bit)
2)Laptop Maker: Macbook
3)Laptop Model: 2.1 (Intel Core 2 CPU T7200)
Success with Lenovo G570-43347PU (black)
For reference this model has the Atheros Communications Inc. AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter (PCI-Express).
MacBook 4,1: 250 GB HD, DVD±R(W) DL, CD-R(W), 4 GB DDR2, Intel Core 2 Duo 2.40 GHz, 802.11b/g/n
Mac OS X 10.6, Linux Mint 10, Windows 7 Ultimate
Been using Ubuntu 10.10 almost this whole year of 2011 with no hitches.
Laptop = Dell Inspiron N5030 Dual Core 64 bit
Ubuntu 10.10 = 64bit version
product: Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU T4500 @ 2.30GHz
vendor: Intel Corp.
As long is it keeps running this well, I'm sticking with it.
Ubuntu 11.10 32-bit Desktop
Everything's working good now, but there were some video and wifi issues I had to deal with on install. Described in detail at:
1)Version Of Ubuntu:
* 11.10: works out of the box
* 10.04.03 LTS: took a little bit more time to install but everything is working perfectly after a couple of days of tuning incl. sound, microphone, webcam and suspend
2)Laptop Maker: Lenovo
3)Laptop Model: Thinkpad X121e, Intel Core i3 2367M, Ram 4Gb, HDD 320 gb, LAN, WLAN, BT, Webcam
Model: EeePC 900A
No major issues to report after using for quite some time now. Wireless, and hot keys worked without any tweaks.
Going to try 11.10 on an old IBM ThinkPad T-42 at some point this week and might do a fresh install of it on the trusty dusty EeePC if I decide I like it more than 10.04.