[NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.30* e altro

Postby a.sabetta » 30/06/2009, 17:27

'okon3' pid='1519' dateline='1246379166' wrote:da me è su Always On


Appunto. Ora mi piacerebbe capire come mai se e' off, il driver non riesce a funzionare. E' un difetto noto?

EDIT: mi sono accorto che questa cosa e' gia' stata menzionata da voRia in un thread del forum in inglese....
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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.30* e altro

Postby voria » 06/07/2009, 18:48

Eh si, purtroppo se la scheda è spenta all'avvio dell'NC10, poi risulta impossibile riaccenderla.
La soluzione è impostare nel BIOS il wireless su "Always On".
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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby voria » 14/07/2009, 16:29

Aggiornato il kernel sul repository alla versione 2.6.31-3, e il post principale di questo thread con le istruzioni per installarlo ed utilizzarlo.
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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby ciccionamente » 15/07/2009, 10:45

ho appena effettuato l'aggiornamento, la wireless e l'audio vanno benissimo, anzi, l'audio mi sembra anche più alto, ma forse sarà una mia impressione.

Ma ho sentito che con il kernel 31 sarebbe stato implementato anche il multitouch del Touchpad che se non mi sbaglio hanno anche gli nc10.

è vera la cosa?
e se è vera, come possiamo configurarlo?

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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby voria » 15/07/2009, 13:36

Personalmente non ho notato differenze per quanto riguarda il multitouch.
Anzi, ormai sono convinto che il touchpad dell'NC10 non sia un vero multitouch, credo che sotto windows la funzionalità sia in qualche modo solo emulata.
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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby Cimi » 16/07/2009, 0:08

su osx c'è lo scrolling con più dita che è stracomodo

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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby thunder71 » 21/07/2009, 10:57

non so se su ubuntu funziona, io uso fedora.. e non so se potrà portare dei termini di convenienza con l'NC10, comunque provate ad usare il comando xinput (che su fedora gestisce cose carucce come anche il touchpad) io da li son riuscito ad avere l'emulazione come nel MAC, quindi con 2 dita.

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xinput(1)                                                            xinput(1)



NAME
       xinput - utility to configure and test XInput devices


SYNOPSIS
       xinput  [version]  [list [device_name]] [set-pointer device_name] [get-
       feedbacks device_name] [set-mode device_name  ABSOLUTE|RELATIVE]  [set-
       ptr-feedback  device_name  threshold  num  denom] [set-integer-feedback
       device_name index value] [set-button-map device_name map button 1  [map
       button   2   [...]]]    [query-state  device_name]  [test  [-proximity]
       device_name]


DESCRIPTION
       xinput version
               test if the XInput extension is available and return  the  ver-
               sion number of the program.


       xinput list [device_name]
               If  no argument is given list all the input devices showing all
               their features. If an argument is given, show all  the  feature
               of device_name.  Uses XListInputDevices(3).


       xinput get-feedbacks device_name
               Display  the  feedbacks  of  device_name. Uses XGetFeedbackCon-
               trol(3).


       xinput set-pointer device_name
               Switch device_name  in  core  pointer.  Uses  XChangePointerDe-
               vice(3).


       xinput set-mode device_name ABSOLUTE|RELATIVE
               Change the mode of device_name. Uses XSetDeviceMode(3).


       xinput set-ptr-feedback device_name threshold num denom
               Change  the  acceleration of device_name. Uses XChangeFeedback-
               Control(3).


       xinput set-integer-feedback device_name index value
               Change the value of an integer feedback  of  device_name.  Uses
               XChangeFeedbackControl(3).


       xinput set-button-map device_name map button 1 [map button 2 [...]]
               Change  the  button mapping of device_name. Uses XSetDeviceBut-
               tonMapping(3).


       xinput query-state device_name
               Query the device state. Uses XQueryDeviceState(3).


       xinput test [-proximity] device_name
               Register all extended events from device_name and enter an end-
               less  loop  displaying  events  received.  If the -proximity is
               given, ProximityIn and ProximityOut are registered.

       device_name can be the device name as  a  string  or  the  XID  of  the
       device.



COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 1996,1997, Frederic Lepied.

       Copyright 2008, Philip Langdale.


AUTHOR
       Philip Langdale, <philipl@alumni.utexas.net>
       Frederic Lepied, France <Frederic.Lepied@sugix.frmug.org>

       Patches, bug reports, and suggestions are welcome.



Frederic Lepied          $Date: 1997/06/09 16:06:31 $                xinput(1)


altro esempio, questo l'ho dato sul pc di casa, è ovvio che non ci sia la funzione del touchpad, però giusto per capirsi...

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xinput list
"Virtual core keyboard"   id=0   [XKeyboard]
   Num_keys is 248
   Min_keycode is 8
   Max_keycode is 255
"Virtual core pointer"   id=1   [XPointer]
   Num_buttons is 32
   Num_axes is 2
   Mode is Relative
   Motion_buffer is 256
   Axis 0 :
      Min_value is 0
      Max_value is -1
      Resolution is 0
   Axis 1 :
      Min_value is 0
      Max_value is -1
      Resolution is 0
"Logitech G9 Laser Mouse"   id=2   [XExtensionKeyboard]
   Num_keys is 248
   Min_keycode is 8
   Max_keycode is 255
   Num_buttons is 32
"Logitech BT Mini-Receiver"   id=3   [XExtensionKeyboard]
   Num_keys is 248
   Min_keycode is 8
   Max_keycode is 255
   Num_buttons is 32
   Num_axes is 2
   Mode is Relative
   Motion_buffer is 256
   Axis 0 :
      Min_value is -1
      Max_value is -1
      Resolution is 1
   Axis 1 :
      Min_value is -1
      Max_value is -1
      Resolution is 1
"Power Button (FF)"   id=4   [XExtensionKeyboard]
   Num_keys is 248
   Min_keycode is 8
   Max_keycode is 255
"Power Button (CM)"   id=5   [XExtensionKeyboard]
   Num_keys is 248
   Min_keycode is 8
   Max_keycode is 255
"Logitech BT Mini-Receiver"   id=6   [XExtensionKeyboard]
   Num_keys is 248
   Min_keycode is 8
   Max_keycode is 255
"Dell Dell USB Keyboard"   id=7   [XExtensionKeyboard]
   Num_keys is 248
   Min_keycode is 8
   Max_keycode is 255
"Dell Dell USB Keyboard"   id=8   [XExtensionKeyboard]
   Num_keys is 248
   Min_keycode is 8
   Max_keycode is 255
"Macintosh mouse button emulation"   id=9   [XExtensionPointer]
   Num_buttons is 32
   Num_axes is 2
   Mode is Relative
   Motion_buffer is 256
   Axis 0 :
      Min_value is -1
      Max_value is -1
      Resolution is 1
   Axis 1 :
      Min_value is -1
      Max_value is -1
      Resolution is 1
"Logitech G9 Laser Mouse"   id=10   [XExtensionPointer]
   Num_buttons is 32
   Num_axes is 2
   Mode is Relative
   Motion_buffer is 256
   Axis 0 :
      Min_value is -1
      Max_value is -1
      Resolution is 1
   Axis 1 :
      Min_value is -1
      Max_value is -1
      Resolution is 1


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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby voria » 26/07/2009, 8:52

Nuovo kernel 2.6.31-4 sul repository (basato sul kernel vanilla 2.6.31-rc4).
Nota: il problema con la webcam è ancora presente.
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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby voria » 26/07/2009, 23:06

Un altro aggiornamento del kernel sul repository, che risolve il problema con la webcam:

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linux (2.6.31-4.22~ppa2~nc10~jaunty) jaunty; urgency=low

  [ Fortunato Ventre ]

  * PPA upload for Jaunty.
  * Use i915.modeset=0 as default.
  * Enable ath5k on lpia.
  * Fix webcam support.
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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby voria » 01/08/2009, 20:39

Nuovo kernel sul repository, versione 2.6.31-5 (basato su kernel vanilla 2.6.31-rc5).
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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby voria » 11/08/2009, 20:43

Aggiornato il post principale.
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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby voria » 15/08/2009, 9:23

Nuovo kernel 2.6.31-6 disponibile.
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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby voria » 25/08/2009, 8:34

Kernel aggiornato alla versione 2.6.31-7.
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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby voria » 25/08/2009, 9:51

Sembra ci sia un problema durante lo spegnimento del pc con l'ultimo kernel 2.6.31-7.
Consiglio di continuare ad utilizzare la versione 2.6.31-6, in attesa di una soluzione al problema.
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RE: [NC10] Kernel 2.6.31

Postby voria » 25/08/2009, 19:19

Kernel 2.6.31-7 rimosso dal repository, kernel 2.6.31-6 aggiornato all'ultima versione disponibile per karmic.
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