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-====== Lenovo IdeaPad G500S ====== +wh0cd902710 ​<a href=http://​cymbalta.us.org/​>Cymbalta</a<href=http://zyloprim.us.com/>​zyloprim tabs</a> <a href=http://​kamagraonline.us.com/>​Kamagra<​/a> <a href=http://buy-atarax.com/>atarax online</a
-<vote Lenovo-IdeaPad-G500s-Rating check=ip> +
-How do you rate this laptop with Linux? +
-* Excellent +
-* Good +
-* Fair +
-* Poor +
-* Unusable +
-</vote> +
-===== Author(s) ===== +
-Agent_Pumuckl +
-===== Introduction ===== +
-This page contains ​summary how this laptop works with Linux. +
-If you have the Lenovo Ideapad G500S and you are running Linux on it please consider adding your comments to this page. By contributing you will help other people running this laptop or trying to make a decision on whether to buy it or not.  +
-{{ ::​ideapad_g500s.png?​200 |}} +
-===== Editing This Page ===== +
-If you would like to edit this page please first view our [[Editing Guidelines]]. +
-===== Specifications ===== +
- +
-|Name|Lenovo IdeaPad G500S| +
-|Processor|Intel Core i5-3230M processor (dual-core, 2.60 GHz, Turbo3,00 GHz, 3MB cache)| +
-|Screen|15.6"​ 1366x768 Widescreen| +
-|RAM|Up to 8GB| +
-|HDD|Up to 1000GB| +
-|Optical Drive|DVD+-RW| +
-|Graphics|Intel HD Graphics 4000| +
-|Network|10/100/1000 Ethernet \\ WLAN B802.11 B/G/N| +
-===== Linux Compatibility ===== +
-^Device^Compatibility^Comments^ +
-|Processor|works | +
-|Screen|works | +
-|HDD|works | +
-|Optical Drive|works | +
-|Graphics Chip|works | +
-|VGA Out|works | +
-|HDMI Out|works | +
-|Sound|works | +
-|Bulti-in Microphone|works | +
-|Headphone Jack|works | +
-|Microphone Jack|works | +
-|Ethernet|works | +
-|Wireless|works | +
-|Bluetooth|works | +
-|USB|works| | +
-|Card Reader|works| | +
-|Webcam|works| | +
-|Touch Pad|works| | +
-|Suspend/Resume|works| | +
-|UEFI-Boot| works| Before the first boot you need to exit the UEFI-Menu (press FN+F2) an import the UEFI-Key of your distribution+
-===== Notes ===== +
- +
-===== Summary ===== +
-All in all this notebook works very well with Linux. +
- +
-The only bug I found, was that the backlight was set to zero percent when booting. To solve this problem, one +
-has to add the following parameter to the default grub-command-line:​ acpi_backlight=vendor +
-Furthermore you can create the file /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-intel.conf with the following content to set the brightness automatically during the boot process. +
- +
-<code> +
-Section "​Device"​ +
-        Identifier ​ "​card0"​ +
-        Driver ​     "​intel"​ +
-        Option ​     "​Backlight" ​ "​intel_backlight"​ +
-        BusID       "​PCI:​0:​2:​0"​ +
-EndSection +
-</code> +
- +
-The distribution that I used for testing, was OpenSUSE 13.1.+
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