Tested with Debian Stable (LXDE & Gnome Desktops) amd64 on 22 September 2011 ASUS Eeepc 1018PB
- Processor - N450 / 1.66 GHz Intel Atom
- RAM - 1GB installed / upgradeable to 2GB
- Hard Drive - 250GB, 5400RPM SATA
- Display Resolution 1024x600 (WSVGA)
- Graphics Processor / Vendor - Intel UMA
- Video Memory - 256MB
- Ethernet - Atheros AR8132 Fast Ethernet
- Wireless - Atheros AR9285
- Expansion Slot - SD Card Reader
- Interfaces - (3) USB 2.0, (1) Ethernet-RJ45
Hot Key Notes:
- F1(sleep) works
- F2(wifi) works
- F3(toggle touchpad) works
- F4(change resolution) Unkown
- F5(panel brightness down) works
- F6(Panel brightness up) works
- F7(Screen Blank) works
- F8(external monitor) unable to test
- F9(Task Manager) Unknown
- F10(volume mute) works
- F11(volume down) works
- F12(volume up) works
- Fn+space (Super Hybrid Engine, SHE) does not
There are two silver keys located near and above the F1 key. The left key is for the SHE and does not work, the right key toggles wifi an does work.
 Works after installing eeepc-acpi-scripts.  Worked before installing eeepc-acpi-scripts. Does not work after.  No response. Unknown if this is the key(s) or another setting.  I do not have access to an external monitor to test this.
Hibernate and suspend both seem to work. There is no Bluetooth on the model tested. Webcam works in Gnome, it was not tested in LXDE.
I needed to do the following in order to get the keys working that required the eeepc-acpi-scripts. It only seemed to work if preformed in this order:
- install of base system and laptop only.
- edit /etc/default/grub to include the following: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX=acpi_osi="Linux"
- run update-grub
- install eeepc-acpi-scripts
- run aptitude purge acpi-fakekey
- Reboot and install DE