olli at lurza.secnetix.de
Fri Jul 28 06:50:36 UTC 2006
Doug Barton wrote:
> John Baldwin wrote:
> > I recently got an HP nc6220 at work.
> Oliver Fromme wrote:
> > I've bought a Samsung X20-XVM 1600-V.
> Guys, tell us what we really want to know ... suspend/resume? :)
I don't need it, so I've never bothered to try.
Also, I've not tried to use the built-in modem (I suspect
it doesn't work because it's a winmodem, but I don't need
it either). The firewire port is detected correctly and
I believe it would work, but I don't have any IEEE1394
equipment to test with.
Everything else works: USB, PCCARD, 1440x1080 video with
2D and 3D acceleration (DRM/DRI), audio, built-in iwi(4)
WLAN, Fast-ethernet (bfe(4)), DVD-/+R/RW drive, PS/2 port
for external keyboard and mouse, ACPI with thermal zone
management, power saving with cpufreq(4) + powerd(8).
I probably forgot a few. :-)
PS: No need to keep me on the Cc list; I do read the
mailing list and don't need duplicate mails. ;-)
Oliver Fromme, secnetix GmbH & Co. KG, Marktplatz 29, 85567 Grafing
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"Python tricks" is a tough one, cuz the language is so clean. E.g.,
C makes an art of confusing pointers with arrays and strings, which
leads to lotsa neat pointer tricks; APL mistakes everything for an
array, leading to neat one-liners; and Perl confuses everything
period, making each line a joyous adventure <wink>.
-- Tim Peters
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