A110 Hardware Status
This page tracks what hardware components are working with the latest upstream (unpatched) Linux kernel (2.6.25 at the moment) and which (if any) patches are needed to make more hardware components work properly.
Works fine, including CPU frequency scaling. See CPU for details.
Works out of the box, it's recognized as an "IDE" disk at /dev/hdc. See SSD.
Works out of the box with a standard Debian kernel (tested: 2.6.24 and 2.6.25). The required kernel module is 8139too.
See Wireless for the current status.
The Agere Softmodem works fine. Yet efax needs some adaptions to utilize fax-mode, which the Agere library offers. See Modem for details.
Which features work (or don't) depends heavily on your kernel, X.org driver (e.g. VIA binary driver, or OpenChrome). See LCD.
Works out of the box with mainline 2.6.25 kernel. See Audio for more information.
Works fine (test e.g. via the beep utility) but it's very loud. See the FAQ on how to disable the beeping.
Works fine. Various devices have been tested, e.g. USB mouse, USB thumb drives, USB-attached DVB-T adapters, etc.
Works out of the box. See Touchpad for details.
The battery status can be displayed e.g. using the yacpi command line tool.
The card reader doesn't work out of the box on most Linux kernels. See SD for how to enable the card reader and for the current driver status.
Please see Suspend.
Keyboard / special keys
Keyboard works fine, special keys are partially working, see Keyboard.
Please see LEDs.