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== Issues ==
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Open a terminal and run
{{{
sudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf
}}}
Copy the following lines to the end of the file:
{{{
alias snd-card-0 snd-hda-intel
options snd-hda-intel model=acer
options snd-hda-intel power_save=0 power_save_controller=N
}}}
Save. Exit.

=== Webcam ===

For Ubuntu 9.10, the webcam works with luvcview
{{{
sudo apt-get install luvcview
}}}
You may confirm it is recognized
{{{
dmesg | grep -i "uvc"
}}}
And this is this replies
{{{
[ 29.601485] uvcvideo: Found UVC 1.00 device USB 2.0 Camera (0c45:62c0)
[ 29.617301] usbcore: registered new interface driver uvcvideo
}}}
Reboot, then run:
{{{
luvcview -f yuv
}}}

== Issues ==
Recording with the internal microphone had very poor quality.

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Acer Aspire One D150

Lucid Lynx

Test

Description

Alpha 3

Beta 1

Beta 2

Release Candidate

Final Release

dls-001

Live Session Start

PASS

PASS

dls-002

Live Session Finish

not tested

PASS

udc-001

Live environment

PASS

PASS

his-001

Verify Screen Functionality

not tested

PASS

kbt-002

Test Keyboard

not tested

PASS

hmo-001

Test Touchpad

PASS

PASS

hwn-001

Test Automatic Connectivity (wireless)

not tested

PASS*

hcn-001

Test Automatic Connectivity (wired)

not tested

not tested

hsi-001

Test Audio (speaker)

not tested

PASS*

hhi-001

Test Audio (headphone)

not tested

not tested

hhu-002

Test Audio (usb)

not tested

not tested

hmi-001

Test Recording (internal)

not tested

PASS*

hme-002

Test Recording (external)

not tested

not tested

hmu-002

Test Recording (usb)

not tested

not tested

hmu-002

Test USB Mouse

not tested

not tested

hiw-001

Test Webcam (internal)

not tested

PASS

udc-002

Full Installation (ISO Source)

not tested

not tested

snr-001

Suspend/Resume smoke test

not tested

PASS

snr-002

Extended Suspend/Resume test

not tested

snr-003

Hibernate/Resume smoke test

not tested

hmu-001

Connect USB Mouse

not tested

hmu-003

Disconnect USB Mouse

not tested

hmu-004

Reconnect USB Mouse

not tested

him-001

Test Card Reader

not tested

him-002

Reconnect Card Reader and Verify Remounting

not tested

hwn-002

Verify Release of Device (wireless)

not tested

hcn-002

Verify Release of Device (wired)

not tested

hcn-003

Verify Manual Connectivity (wired)

not tested

usk-001

Attach keyboard (usb)

not tested

usk-004

Typing test OO.o Writer (usb)

not tested

usk-005

Remove keyboard (usb)

not tested

usk-006

Reinsert keyboard (usb)

not tested

hiu-001

Test Port Connectivity (usb)

not tested

hiu-002

Test Port Recognition (usb)

not tested

hpu-001

Connect printer (usb)

not tested

hpu-002

Print test page (usb)

not tested

hpu-003

Disconnect printer (usb)

not tested

hpu-004

Reconnect printer (usb)

not tested

huw-002

Test Webcam (usb)

not tested

not tested

Post-install fixes

Wireless

With wired connection, open System->Administration->Hardware Drivers and activate the b43-fwcutter.

Without wired connection there are two options. Rebooting is not required.

  1. Download and install the firmware for the b43 driver (recommended)

Download this and this form another computer. Save them on the Desktop. Open a terminal and run

cd ~/Desktop
tar xvf b43-tools-5a082479780cc0ce68c1a1b8709b30a092461e4c.tar.gz
cd b43-tools/fwcutter
make
cd ..
export FIRMWARE_INSTALL_DIR="/lib/firmware"
tar xjf ../broadcom-wl-4.178.10.4.tar.bz2
cd broadcom-wl-4.178.10.4/linux
sudo ../../fwcutter/b43-fwcutter -w "$FIRMWARE_INSTALL_DIR" wl_apsta.o
sudo modprobe b43

(adapted from http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/b43#fw-b43-lp)

  1. Download and install the Broadcom proprietary driver

Download the .deb file of the bcmwl-kernel-source package from here.

Make sure you download all its dependencies as well (or just try to install and let the package installer complain so that you know what are the dependencies).

Double-click on the .deb files to open the package installer.

After installing bcmwl-kernel-source open a terminal and run

sudo modprobe wl

Issues

Audio

Recording with the internal microphone had very poor quality.

Wireless

Turning on/off wireless via the switch key does work but Ubuntu is not aware of the switching. Only after a while it realizes "there are no available networks" or some "connection problems", not that the device is actually off.

LED does not work as it should: slow blinking when not connected, full when connected and fast blinking when sending/receiving data.

lshw

sudo lshw -C network makes the xserver mess up the screen. BUG #545469

Testing/Laptop/Karmic/Reports/AcerAspireOneD150 (last edited 2010-05-28 17:02:48 by primes2h)