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eCS 1.2R installs fine out of-the-box - I only needed a new Danis506.add and DaniATAP.FLT in a USB-floppydrive for the 160 GB harddisk. The 15.1'' SXGA+-screen is fine, without reflections and very bright. It runs well and fast with SNAP, even ift it\'s Intel GMA3100 chipset graphics. 1400x1050 resolution works well with widescreen activator by Robert Lalla. Broadcom NetXtreme GBit ethernet works with drivers from Broadcom (v10.03) but needs about a minute to boot up (seems to wait to find device). Sound is working with UniAud 1.1.4RC6 but shares interupt with several other devices. So audio is interupted often and sounds broken. ACPI and SMP seems not to work with ACPI 3.10 and SMP-Kernel (14.104a). The "/FS" switch for ACPI.psd makes USB not to work which otherwise works fine. So the "/FS"-switch seems to be obsolete with the Dell Latitude D530. System shutdown with power-off does not work, the same happens with speedstep. So CPU works with 2.0 Ghz at up to 52░ C. The battery control works fine. I did not check the WLAN, because it is not need by the user.

 

Information is sent by: Hans v. Mangoldt -- 2008-09-10 20:33:13

 
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