Insert output of lspci, use as table of contents in a table, with the one word anchors in the first column, perhaps spanning several rows. [wohler@olgas:570]$ lsusb -d 0x17ef:|less Smartcard Bus 008 Device 002: ID 17ef:1003 Lenovo Camera Bus 002 Device 002: ID 17ef:4807 Lenovo Wireless, iwlagn, had to install 2.6.28, but this was painless to obtain from sid via pinning. It did not depend on anything else. Need firmware. Maybe it will be included in the firmware-iwlwifi package by the time you read this. If not, follow instructions in [1] Obtain from XXX, install XXX: The lenny installation disk selected the Laptop task and I left it selected. # $ wget If this download is no longer available, point your browser to the downloads directory and substitute the most recent image in section "5000 Images". # Extract the microcode to /lib/firmware: $ su # tar xvf iwlwifi-5000-ucode-5.4.A.11.tar.gz --strip 1 -C /lib/firmware iwlwifi-5000-ucode-5.4.A.11/iwlwifi-5000-1.ucode modprobe -d iwlagn modprobe iwlagn See and note that I'd be interested in it too. I wanted to go with Network Manager on this installation to make it easier for me to move between hotspots. However, I use a static IP address at home. Since Network Manager does not support that use case, I tried wicd, started the wicd-client GUI, and configured my IP address associated with the appropriate AP, and I was good to go. The Synaptics Touchpad works out of the box albiet way too sensitive and lacking circular scrolling support. To overcome these weaknesses, verify that the xserver-xorg-input-synaptics package is installed, and then add the following to your xorg.conf file. Section "InputDevice" Identifier "Synaptics Touchpad" Driver "synaptics" Option "SendCoreEvents" "true" Option "Device" "/dev/psaux" Option "Protocol" "auto-dev" Option "HorizScrollDelta" "0" Option "SHMConfig" "on" # enables synclient Option "CircularScrolling" "on" Option "CircScrollTrigger" "3" # vertical scroll triggers Option "FingerHigh" "50" # avoid accidental press EndSection This turns on circular scrolling and makes the touchpad slightly less sensitive. See synaptics(5) and synclient(1). You also need to add a "ServerLayout" stanza that includes this input device. Note the "SendCoreEvents" and "CorePointer" options. These are important. Without them, menus don't stay up after clicking and some context menus don't even show at all. Section "ServerLayout" Identifier "Default Layout" Screen "Default Screen" InputDevice "Generic Keyboard" InputDevice "Configured Mouse" "SendCoreEvents" InputDevice "Synaptics Touchpad" "CorePointer" EndSection Include entire xorg.conf. Note intel driver makes Stellarium useful. Add the following to ~/.gnomerc: # Thinkpad-specific commands. if [ -x /usr/bin/syndaemon ]; then syndaemon -d -k fi This disables the touchpad whenever you're typing; the touchpad is enabled two seconds after you start typing. Suspend and hibernate work out of the box. Uncomment "IbmAcpi yes" in /etc/hibernate/common.conf. Install the hibernate package, and add the following to /etc/hibernate/scriptlets.d/local in order to turn off the LED for the Ultrabay. Executable. uswsusp or hibernate (currently installed) or neither? esound? Was not installed. Wonder what the default sound server is these days? ALSA? Printing works. I plugged in my printer into the USB bus and it autoconfigured itself, launching the XXX (gnome-printer?) widget.



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