IBM ThinkPad a22m is composed of the followings:
I've added the following items to my vanilla thinkpad:
I use the following:
I've tried to compile in ATI rage 128 framebuffer driver in kernel (2.2), but as far I can't have it working.
This one has been, with framebuffer, one of the most complicated to configure. Firstly, the screen has a non-standard VESA mode (1400x1050), and the ATI Rage Mobility 128 seems to be not clearly supported under XFree 3.3.6; anyway, it works fine under 4.0.2.
I had to use the following modeline, borrowed from another ThinkPad user:
Section "ThinkPad-a22m" Identifier "ThinkPad-a22m" HorizSync 40-100 VertRefresh 50-100 ModeLine "1400x1050" 122.00 1400 1464 1784 1912 1050 1052 1064 1090 -HSync -VSync EndSection
Simply using the following made it worked smoothly:
Section "ThinkPad ATI Rage" Identifier "ATI Rage 128" Driver "r128" VideoRam 8192 EndSection
Using the IBM website found Lucent Driver works just fine; anyway, it's not a GPL-ed one. The modules are loaded via
modprobe ltmodem, and the modem acts like a serial device attached to
The soundcard of the ThinkPad worked as a charm using the vanilla Linux driver using the following in menuconfig/Sound:
<M> Crystal SoundFusion (CS4280/461x)
Anyway, it must be noted that when suspending ThinkPad use, either via FN-F4 or closing the notebook, the driver gives some errors and must be reloaded. Thus, putting the driver inside the kernel gives a need to reboot the machine each time you suspend it, which is probably not what you want.
Derni?re mise ? jour: $Date: 2004/12/10 08:08:02 $