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This is a guide to running Linux with the Toshiba Satellite M60 laptop. The M60 is a standard centrino based setup except with a big screen and a good graphics card.
This guide is intended to provide you details on how well this laptop works with Linux and which modules you need to configure. For details on how to actually install and configure the required modules have a look at our guides section for distribution specific instructions.
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|Name||Toshiba Satellite M60|
|Processor||Intel Pentium-M 760 2GHz|
|Graphics||ATI Mobility Radeon x600|
|Network||10/100 Ethernet, Intel 2200 802.11g Wireless|
|Other||3 x USB2.0|
|Sound||Yes||Use the snd-intel8x0 module|
|Wireless||Yes||Use the ipw2200 module|
|56K Modem||Not Tested|
|Card Reader||Not Tested|
|ExpressCard Slot||Not Tested|
For the ATI Mobility Radeon x600 found on the M60 either the open source radeon or ATI's proprietary fglrx module can be used. See our Configuring an ATI graphics chip guide for more details on using the fglrx module.
'External Amplifier' needs to be turned on in the audio mixer (kmix for example) for audio to work on the M60.
Only the very minor sound issue noted above needs to be addressed for the Toshiba Satellite M60 to function properly under Linux.