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We've had some interesting discussions about the 1005P recently on irc. It has atl1c for ethernet, like the [[../1005HA]] and friends, and yet another new wifi chipset, ar2427 from Atheros. Our best lead so far on making wifi work is to (ugh) use ndiswrapper (though our one test subject doesn't have this working quite yet, in spite of reports of success in the Ubuntu thread): We've had some interesting discussions about the 1005P recently on irc. It has atl1c for ethernet, like the [[../1005HA|1005HA]] and friends, and yet another new WLAN chipset, apparently an AR2427 from Atheros, with PCI ID `168C:002C`. Our best lead so far on making wifi work is to (ugh) use ndiswrapper (though our one test subject doesn't have this working quite yet, in spite of reports of success in [[http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=512828|this Ubuntu thread]]).
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http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=512828

Obviously we need support in ath9k and not rely on ndiswrapper, so the next thing to try is just enable the new PCI id, 168C:002C, in the ath9k source, build the driver and see what happens, reporting our findings to ath9k-devel.
Obviously we need support in ath9k and not rely on ndiswrapper; it seems that just adding the PCI ID to the ath9k driver is insufficient. (There is [[http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=15180|an upstream bug report about this]].)
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=== 1005PE differences ===

It seems that these have already-supported WLAN hardware.
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 * CPU is an Atom N450; both i386 and amd64 work on this

Ongoing discussion about 1005P

We've had some interesting discussions about the 1005P recently on irc. It has atl1c for ethernet, like the 1005HA and friends, and yet another new WLAN chipset, apparently an AR2427 from Atheros, with PCI ID 168C:002C. Our best lead so far on making wifi work is to (ugh) use ndiswrapper (though our one test subject doesn't have this working quite yet, in spite of reports of success in this Ubuntu thread).

Obviously we need support in ath9k and not rely on ndiswrapper; it seems that just adding the PCI ID to the ath9k driver is insufficient. (There is an upstream bug report about this.)

If anyone else has this model, please, we want to hear from you! Drop in on the irc channel (#debian-eeepc @ irc.oftc.net) or drop us a note on our mailing list.

1005PE differences

It seems that these have already-supported WLAN hardware.

Boot

Requires acpi_osi="Linux" else eeepc-laptop won't be loaded.

Hardware

  • CPU is an Atom N450; both i386 and amd64 work on this
  • Intel graphics (GMA3150?; kernel i915 driver works)
  • Wireless (Atheros; see discussion above)
  • Ethernet (Attansic, using the atl1c driver; presumed working)
  • Bluetooth (USB, using btusb; working)
  • Webcam (USB, using uvcvideo; working)
  • SD/MMC card reader (USB; working)

Here is the content of /proc/cpuinfo and the output of dmesg and lspci: cpuinfo.txt, dmesg.txt, lspci.txt for a 1005PE model.

To be integrated into this page

Raw data: http://pastebin.ca/1760550