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  1. #331

    Re: Desktop Hardware Compatibility List.

    Ubuntu 8.04 (and many derivatives mint, ozos, xubuntu and more)

    Denver 10 Motherboard
    Intel E1200 Processor
    Radeon x1950 Graphics card
    2gb Ram (unsure of brand)
    400 watt Power Supply

    Only setting up i had to do was the graphics (its an ATI, no suprises hehe). Even then it took 2 minutes, if that, following the Ubuntu/ATI wiki.

    Never had any problems what so ever, nice little setup.

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    Re: Desktop Hardware Compatibility List.

    Reporting a HP Compaq nc4200 running 7.10 Gutsy, everything worked out of the box, hardware profile will be posted.

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    Re: Desktop Hardware Compatibility List.

    Ubuntu Hardy Heron 8.04
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  4. #334
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    Post Re: Desktop Hardware Compatibility List.

    Version: Kubuntu 8.04 LTS
    PC: HP Pavilion ZE4355EA (notebook) 512MB RAM, 40 GB HD swap partition 1.5GB, ATI radeon Mobility U1
    BIOS: KA.M 1.60
    Installation was fine, but no suspend/hybernate

    Workaround:
    1 - kernel command line option "acpi_sleep=s3_bios"
    2 - apt-get install powernowd
    3 - HYBERNATE = platform in /etc/default/acpi-support

    fixed hybernate, suspend to ram working but the PC shutdown when trying to go back.

    Tried uswsusp, no change.

    Probably buggy bios, decompiling/recompiling with INTEL iasl gives 3 warnings 1 error, I wasn't able to find a workaround

  5. #335
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    Re: Desktop Hardware Compatibility List.

    Asus P5Q-Pro M/B
    Intel E8400 CPU
    Nvidia 9600GT Video Card
    GSkill DDR2 800Mhz 8Gb Ram

    Ubuntu 8.10 64bit Desktop.
    Sound, network and video all working perfectly.

  6. #336
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    Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron

    Re: Desktop Hardware Compatibility List.

    Ubuntu 8.10

    Board: Gigabyte GA-MA78GPM-DS2H
    CPU: AMD 4850e (Chipset AMD780G)

    Graphics: on-board ATI Radeon HD3200 (RS780)
    I shared this problem (click!) first, even with 8.10 final (not 8.10rc), and fiddled a lot with drivers. Good thing is, if things go wrong, revert to standard xorg.conf or restore backup, you'll always have highres framebuffer graphics and never drop to textmode or lowres available (like in early Linux days)
    Must read Wiki-pages: RadeonDriver, RadeonHD, RadeonHD (fglrx)
    For ATI-newbies (like myself): yes, there are three ATI-drivers. Two Open-Source, one from ATI itself (fglrx). Good start to aquire knowledge about differences: Radeon vs. RadeonHD Drivers In H1'08. And there are some tons of forum discussions and articles around, everywhere.
    At some point, the Ubuntu-On-board fglrx drivers worked out: enable restricted drivers, activate - you win.

    drawback: even with the latest 8.10-bundled catalyst 8.54-drivers, Hardware-Accelleration seems to be limited or instable. I tried EVE-Online for curiosity, and it does not work (uses some customized cedega).

    Current status for me: 2D and softrendering fine, 3D .. well .. I gotta try some Linux shooters.


    Sound: on-board (southbridge SB700)
    Works out of the box. 5.1 surround, mic. Don't have working SP/DIF-out yet, though. My AC3-Decoder gets some Dolby Stereo signal, but is quiet


    DVB-T/USB2: MSI Digi Vox mini II (chipset em28xx)
    Running and shows up as restricted driver, just like the ATI fglrx drivers. Takes some manual work, though. You wanna read: MSI DigiVox mini II V3.0, em28xx driver compilation in Intrepid (Beta), DVB-T USB-Devices and probably use the ubuntu installation package from here (I suceeded using the guides at the given URLs).
    Switching channels regularly results in graphics going mad. Restarting the TV app is a workaround. Probably due to beta-fglrx-drivers (see previous paragraph on on-board-graphics).

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    Re: Desktop Hardware Compatibility List.

    1)Version Of Ubuntu: 8.10
    2)Type Of Hardware: Digital TV Tuner Card (DVB-T)
    3)Hardware Maker: Leadtek
    4)Hardware Model: Winfast DTV2000 H

    Worked out of the box. Installed Ubuntu 8.10 and then installed the Digital Television apps from the Add/Remove applications. This installed MeTV and everything autotuned and worked perfectly.

    Also this is the first verion of Ubuntu to recognise the built in LAN controller on my Asus P5Q motherboard.

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    Re: Desktop Hardware Compatibility List.

    Version: Ubuntu 8.04
    Motherboard: KOBIAN KOBP4M266A
    CPU: Intel Pentium 4 1.8 Ghz (400 Mhz FSB)
    RAM: 256 MB DDR-SDRAM (266 Mhz)
    Graphics Card: Nvidia Geforce 6600 GT (AGP 4X)
    Hard Disks: 1)Seagate 40 GB hard disk (master)
    2)Samsung 40 GB hard disk (slave)
    DVD Drive: Samsung DVD-RW/+RW drive

  9. #339
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    Re: Desktop Hardware Compatibility List.

    FSC amilo pi3540
    Ubuntu 8.10 32 bit
    Intel P8400 - ok
    webcam - ok
    Synatic - ok
    intel 5100 wifi - ok
    etc etc

    Geforce 9300m, needed property driver, then ok

    Conclusion - ok =)

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    Ubuntu

    Shuttle XPC SG33G5

    Ubuntu 8.10 (Standard 64-bit Installation CD)

    SG33G5 Mini Desktop with
    - Intel Core 2 Duo E8400
    - 4 GB of DDR2 RAM
    - Asus EN8500GT Silent

    http://us.shuttle.com/barebone/Models/sg33g5_pro.html

    Note: Installation was a total breeze, pop in standard CD and let it install itself. In fact I would say Ubuntu was easier to install than Vista Ultimate 64 bit!

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