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Hi, people. I've just installed Debian squeeze/sid on this portale, i'm still in a configuration phase, but many things work with a fresh installation.
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|Name||Toshiba Satellite T110|
|Processor||Intel Pentium Processor SU2700: 1.30 GHz, 800MHz FSB, 2 MB On-Die L2 cache
Intel Celeron Processor 743: 1.30 GHz, 800MHz FSB, 1 MB On-Die L2 cache
|Graphics||Mobile Intel GMA 4500M|
|RAM||Up to 4GB|
|HDD||250GB - 5400rpm|
|Processor||Yes||Obviously out of the box|
|Screen||Yes||autodetection works immediately|
|Optical Drive||Optical drive? i do no see it.|
|Sound||yes||it works without headphones and external mic support. Some sort of patch seems already posted for this on alsa-devel ml, i will stay tuned.|
|Ethernet||yes||only with 2.6.32 and above (works well)|
|Wireless||Yes||I'm browsing wireless, realtek drivers (gpl, but with binary firmware).|
|Bluetooth||Not Tested||not tried yet.|
|Card Reader||yes||no problem|
suspend and hibernate work well, some of the hotkeys work well. With Debian there is no possibility of tuning display brightness, but i suspect that on ubuntu it works (some kernel module to install).
For now i can say that's a good machine. It's monocore but rather fast. I'm running xfce and is very responsive.
remember to activate click-to-tap (see synaptics driver documentation)
I'm very satisfied for the moment. It can be bought for use with linux. Remain to configure only headphones, ext mic, e brightness, i think they will be fix soon.