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ASUS A6Ja (Core Duo)

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ASUS A6Ja (Core Duo)

Mark: Average

ASUS A6Ja (A6000), Core Duo notebook (T2300)

Working devices:

  • eComStation 1.2R works fine in SMP mode, ACPI 2.0.7;
  • 15.4" monitor
  • Network adapter: RTL8168, Use the GenMAC wrapper released after 20060320, TCP/IP is ok, Netbios - not very stable
  • IrDA works as standard COM-port.
  • PCMCIA Ricoh R/RL/5C476(II) should work with commercial PCMCIA drivers

Temporary unsupported devices:

  • SNAP doesn't support ATI X1600 . Now using 1024x768
  • Intel HDAudio CODEC (ALC880) doesn't work (it works with UniAud applications only).
  • Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection will work with genmac wrapper in the future

Unsupported hardware:

  • win-modem: Motorola SM56 Data Fax Modem
  • web-camera: BisonCam, NB Pro (VID: 0402, PID: 5602)
  • Card-reader (attached to IDE)

 

Information is sent by: eCo Software -- 2006-04-17 22:50:05

 
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Test the program:

ACPI kernel - it is aimed to reduce power consumption, noise (results of experiments)

Comments:

Eugene Gorbunoff
2006-04-17 22:51:24

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Eugene Gorbunoff
2006-07-28 12:26:18

Native videomode: 1280x800

Eugene Gorbunoff
2006-08-09 20:54:30

* ASUS A6Ja is equipped with web-camera:

BisonCam, NB Pro (VID: 0402, PID: 5602)

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2007-05-05 13:45:50

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eCo Software was participating in the development of drivers:
  • ACPI - OS kernel, resources management, power management
  • Panorama VESA - universal video driver
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  • Uniaud - initial support of HDAudio
  • USB - restore of source code

 

 

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