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Technical Info Kernel Image FB/X11 SVGATextMode Touchpad DVD/CD-RW Combo
Wireless 802.11b/Ethernet Firewire USB Sound PCMCIA PowerManagement WinModem lscpi lshw lsusb dmesg

X5 Links

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Changes:

	Tue Jan 11 10:11:45 CET 2005	- I sold my X5. But I hope you can still use some of
					  the Information listed here, so feel free to mail
					  me any updates this Page might need in order not to
					  mislead users seeking answers.
	
	Mon Mar 15 00:20:59 CET 2004	- Kernel 2.6 first Notes.
					- Updated Touchpad Section.
					- Updated IRDA Section (nope it still doesn't work).
					- Updated X5 Links.

	Mon Jan 26 11:00:49 CET 2004	- Notes about MODEM.
	Mon Aug 25 15:06:21 CEST 2003	- Updated SWSUSP Section.
	Sun Aug 24 22:12:37 CEST 2003	- Updated Kernel Section and Debs.
					- Updated SWSUSP Section.
					- Updated USB Section.
					
	Sun Jul 13 12:42:33 CEST 2003	- X5 Force information update.
	
	Thu Jul 08 16:30:50 CEST 2003	- Long Time, No Updates. And since the informations on the
					  other X5 Web Pages mostly suck/lack some important stuff
					  I decided to update my Page :)
					- Updated Kernel Section and Debs.
					- Rewrote WLAN Section.
					- Updated Sound Section.
					- Updated PCMCIA Section.
					- Updated Firewire Section.
					- Updated WinModem Section.
					- Updated DVD/CD-RW Combo Section.
					- Added lshw output.
					- Added a note about the X5 Force and X5 1640.

	Thu Mar 13 06:05:35 CET 2003	- Updated Kernel Patches and Debs.
					- Updated WLAN Section.
					- Updated Sound Section.
					- Updated IRDA Section.
					- Updated dmesg Output.
	

Technical Info

Kernel Image etc

VesaFB/X Windows

SVGATextMode

Touchpad X11/GPM

DVD/CDRW-Combo

Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11b / Ethernet

IRDA

Firewire IEEE 1394

Sound

PCMCIA

ACPI, APM, Suspend, Hibernation, Software-Suspend, swsusp

Winmodem

USB

lshw output

lspci -v output

lsusb -v

kernel bootup from dmesg

Corrections and Suggestions to: ralf@frosty-geek.net