Fedora for laptops ... Re: Dell Precision M60 LapTop (Built-in Wireless) support
Charles E Taylor IV
tomalek at mindspring.com
Tue Nov 18 02:32:23 UTC 2003
On Mon, 17 Nov 2003 20:34:42 -0500
"Jonathan C. Sitte" <jcsitte at staticnull.org> wrote:
> What interests me is how many people want Linux for the Laptop. Maybe we
> should call Fedora the Desktop and Mobile solution? It makes sense to me
> since there seems to be more people wanting Fedora for their laptops
> than anything else. Maybe just an over site but it does intrigue me.
> Last I checked I am using it on my laptop. To be able to say that though
> we need suspend to work, Brightness controls, and whatever else that
> would you would expect for a laptop for power management.
I'm using a Thinkpad 570E and this is probably the first Linux install
I've ever done where suspend and hibernate work without ANY tweaking of
kernel or apmd scripts.
Admittedly, I have no need for ACPI (apm and the bios suspend/hibernate
work perfectly), but FC1's working beautifully on my Thinkpad.
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