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### Any Important note, before the user starts installing Debian
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 * OS Optimized Defaults (which disables Secure Boot)
 * Intel Rapid Start (I will not keep the partition it needs)


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## {X} There is currently a bug that ...
 * `OS Optimized Defaults` (which disables Secure Boot)
 * `Intel Rapid Start` (I will not keep the partition it needs)
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== Display ==
## First say what's the Display adapter model (lspci may help)
## Then explain how to get it working (or just the module used)
## what about : 3D ; DRI ; xrandr ; external/secondary screen...
## attach your xorg.conf at the bottom of the page.
== Audio ==
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== Audio == The `snd_hda_intel` driver included in DebianPkg:alsa-base works out of the box.

However, garbled sound can be heard from some applications that use alsa directly so you may want to set this in `/etc/libao.conf`:

{{{
default_driver=pulse
}}}

=== Dock audio ===

The audio jack on the Ultradock [[https://github.com/leoluk/thinkpad-stuff/wiki/Haswell-ThinkPad-problems#linux-docking-station-audio-compatibility|doesn't work]]. To fix it,
put this in `/lib/firmware/hda-jack-reconfigure.fw`:

{{{
[codec]
0x10ec0292 0x17aa220e 0

[pincfg]
0x16 0x2121101f
0x19 0x21a11030
}}}

and this in `/etc/modprobe.d/hda-jack-reconfigure.conf`:

{{{
options snd-hda-intel patch=hda-jack-reconfigure.fw,hda-jack-reconfigure.fw,hda-jack-reconfigure.fw,hda-jack-reconfigure.fw
}}}

=== HDMI audio ===

If the speed / pitch of audio on the HDMI output is off, try using this option on the kernel command line:

{{{
i915.disable_power_well=0
}}}

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Models covered
Lenovo ?ThinkPad T440p

  • 20AN, 14.0" (1920x1080), Intel Core i7-4600M, 16GB DDR3, 512 GB SSD SATA3, Intel HD Graphics 4600, Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260, Bluetooth 4.0, Fingerprint reader, Smartcard reader, DVD burner

Overall Status

Core Components

[ATTACH]

Boot Standard Kernel:

{OK}

LAN network card (Generic Ethernet):

{OK}

Detect CD/DVD (Generic DVD+RW) :

{OK}

Sound:

{i}

Detect hard drives:

{OK}

Extra Features

CPU Frequency Scaling

{OK}

Hibernation

[?]

Sleep / Suspend

{OK}

Xorg

{OK}

- OpenGL

{OK}

- Resize-and-Rotate(randr)

{OK}

Switch to External Screen

{OK}

Mouse

- Built-in (Trackpoint)

{i}

- Built-in (Touchpad)

{OK}

Modem

[-]

Wireless/Wifi

X-(

Keyboard's Hotkeys

{OK}

Fingerprint reader

[?]

Smartcard reader

[?]

External dock

{OK}

Legend :
{OK} = OK ; {X} Unsupported(No Driver) ; /!\ = Error (Couldn't get it working); [?] Unknown, Not Test ; [-] Not-applicable
{i} = Configuration Required; X-( = Only works with a non-free driver and or firmware

Important Note

If you are planning on using an Ultradock with external monitors, make sure you upgrade the dock firmware in Windows before installing Debian, otherwise, you may run into frozen display problems.

Also before installing Debian, I disabled these two things in the BIOS:

  • OS Optimized Defaults (which disables Secure Boot)

  • Intel Rapid Start (I will not keep the partition it needs)

Configuration

Audio

The snd_hda_intel driver included in alsa-base works out of the box.

However, garbled sound can be heard from some applications that use alsa directly so you may want to set this in /etc/libao.conf:

default_driver=pulse

Dock audio

The audio jack on the Ultradock doesn't work. To fix it, put this in /lib/firmware/hda-jack-reconfigure.fw:

[codec]
0x10ec0292 0x17aa220e 0

[pincfg]
0x16 0x2121101f
0x19 0x21a11030

and this in /etc/modprobe.d/hda-jack-reconfigure.conf:

options snd-hda-intel patch=hda-jack-reconfigure.fw,hda-jack-reconfigure.fw,hda-jack-reconfigure.fw,hda-jack-reconfigure.fw

HDMI audio

If the speed / pitch of audio on the HDMI output is off, try using this option on the kernel command line:

i915.disable_power_well=0

Mouse

Power Management

WiFi

Wireless did not work out-of-the box, but required installation of the non-free Debian package firmware-iwlwifi.

System Summary

lspci

lspci -nn

lsusb

lsusb -v | grep -E '\<(Bus|iProduct|bDeviceClass|bDeviceProtocol)' 2>/dev/null

Resources

Attachments

Some configuration files and sample outputs.

  • [get | view] (2014-06-03 23:35:13, 10.4 KB) [[attachment:dmidecode.Jessie_Thinkpad_T440p.txt]]
  • [get | view] (2014-06-03 23:35:27, 6.2 KB) [[attachment:lsmod.Jessie_Thinkpad_T440p.txt]]
  • [get | view] (2014-06-09 12:41:17, 7.3 KB) [[attachment:lspci.Jessie_Thinkpad_T440p.txt]]
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