OpenSUSE Hardware :: Force Intel Atom N280 To Work On Powersave Mode?

Jul 22, 2010

How can I force my Intel Atom N280 to work on powersave mode?

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Intel Atom N270 With ACPI On - 11.2

Jun 23, 2010

I'm using a purpose built computer with Intel Atom N270 CPU and running OpenSUSE 11.2 (Intel´┐Ż 945GSE + ICH7-M chipset)

If I leave ACPI = Enabled in the BIOS Setup, then the Yast Hardware Profile shows 2 x N270 running at 800 MHz.

If I turn ACPI = Disabled in the BIOS Setup, then the Yast Hardware Profile shows 1 x N270 running at 1.60 GHz.

Anyone experienced this with their system? Intel Atom N270 is a single core, so why is it seen as a dual core with ACPI on? Based on the above, should I simply leave ACPI turned off?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Run On A Notebook With An Intel Atom Processor?

Jul 28, 2010

If opensuse will run on a notebook with an Intel atom processor?

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OpenSUSE Install :: OS 11.3 Freezes Randomly On Atom / Intel 945

Jul 30, 2010

I just upgraded my system from oS 11.2 to oS 11.3 on Thursday. I've chosen the network-CD and booted from an USB-pen-drive, as my netbook doesn't have a CD-drive.I new experience that my computer freezes obviously randomly. It's not just a programme crashing, but the whole computer just halts. Nothings working anymore - mouse is not moving, keyboard doesn't respond, I can't even switch to another tty.I tried to remember what I was doing right before the crashes. Once I used the new netbook-desktop of KDE and had typed for an application in that "cool" new desktop. The desktop wend "blank" (the application folders disappeared and I was waiting till the results were shown) and then the computer froze. Just right now I used Okular, selected some text and opened the context-menu when the computer died, the other time I closed the Yakuake with F12 and the computer didn't respond just right before the window was minimized at the top and last but not least I had that "Expose"-like window arrangement opened and clicked at the black background when everything hang up.

What could be the reason for it? oS 11.2 worked perfectly - I hadn't had any crash during 5 months of intense use. I suspected the new graphics driver, but I can't find any reported bug about the Intel 945 GMA* or anything about the new KDE 4.4.4 on atom processors.

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Ubuntu :: 11.04 Live CD: Force Classic Mode Even If Unity Will Work?

May 2, 2011

Is there any way when booting the LiveCD of Ubuntu 11.04 to force the use of classic mode, even if the computer meets the requirements to use Unity and would otherwise start Unity? Is there a kernel parameter that would do this? In searching, all I can find is the selection during login, but this seems to only show up after a full installation, I want to do this in the Live CD environment.

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Software :: Powersave Mode When Swtiching User?

Mar 1, 2010

I have a 64bit computer with SUSE 11 installed. When I try to switch an user the computer or monitors go to powersave mode. The only way to power it back on is to restart by pressing the button in the linux box.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Computer Drops To Low Graphics Mode After Powersave?

May 31, 2010

I have recently been experiencing some issues with the powersave on my computer. I had my computer set to put the display to sleep after 10 minutes and put the computer to sleep after 30 minutes. The screen saver also activates at 5 minutes. When I woke up my computer (hit the power button) the computer would sometimes tell me that it was going into low graphics mode. I had to reboot to get my x server back. I disabled the power save to fix the problem, but I would really like to have it back. My latest Xorg.log gives an error, but I'm not sure if the power save caused the problem (more below). I am running a computer with an Intel Integrated chipset.My questions:

What caused the x server to crash?Should I post a bug report on Launchpad? If so, how? (im a bit of a noob as far as bug reporting)How can I fix the problem?Xorg.log:

Code:
X.Org X Server 1.7.6
Release Date: 2010-03-17

[code]....

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Aug 2, 2010

Slackware 13.1, on a Dell... Opliplex GX260... running XFCE4, as root. Stuff runs fine. However, the monitor goes to powersave mode after 10 minutes of inactivity. I've turned off power management in the kernel, in the app., have checked the xorg.conf, checked everywhere I can think of, can't find where this is being set. how I can turn this off?

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Hardware :: AMD E-350 Vs Intel Atom D525

Apr 3, 2011

I want to make a x86 based router using a mini-ITX board and I found 2 options, Asrock AMD-E350M1(~$140) and Intel Atom D525MW(~$94).

1. AMD-E350:

Pro:
It's slightly faster than atom D525.
It has AMD-V(virtualization support)
It can be used as HTPC(1080p)
It can be used for GPGPU
Uses ~max 25W for CPU+(capable)GPU

Con:
Single Channel Memory
PCI-e slot is bad for router( I found 4-port PCI NIC at $25. 2-port PCI-e cards are $60 and 4-port PCI-e cards are $150 )

2. Intel Atom D525:

Pro:
PCI slot(see above)
Dual Channel Memory
Cheaper than AMD E-350
Passive Cooling

Con:
Uses SODIMMs
It cannot be used as HTPC(doesn't play 1080p, not even 720p)
It cannot be used for GPGPU

I plan to use the mini-ITX board with 4GB RAM:
AMD E-350 with 4GB ram(1x$51)=$191 -> cpubenchmark.net score is 744. Regarding the CPU the value is 3.8952/$
Intel Atom D525 with 4GB(2x$29)=$152 -> cpubenchmark.net score is 714. Regarding the CPU the value is 4.6973/$

I would like to have a mini-ITX board that is capable of having one VM runing the router OS and 2nd VM runing pyrit on the GPU.

If it is possible to run pyrit on the APUs GPU I would choose AMD E-350 because I can put in PCI-e NIC to run the router OS. If not, I have to stick with Intel Atom D525, 4GB RAM would be a waste, but also I would waste a lot of CPU time.

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Hardware :: Overclock Intel Atom N270 ?

Jan 25, 2010

Is it possible? Its an Acer Aspire One.

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Debian Multimedia :: Compiling Intel Atom Poulsbo GMA 500

Jun 17, 2010

The intel <Xorg> driver provides 2D and 3D support for Intel integrated graphics chipsets, including the i810, 915{G,GM}, 945{G,GM,GME}, 946GZ, 965{G,GM,Q}, G33, Q33 and Q35; the <GMA 500> is not supported.

Packaged for Debian as xserver-xorg-video-intel. [url] [url] [url].

Poulsbo is the codename of Intel's second-generation ultra mobile PC chipset. Its GMA 500 graphics core is not supported by the intel Xorg driver; ITP xserver-xorg-video-psb filed as Debian bug #533450.

Poulsbo (chipset) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - [url]

Poulsbo's graphics core GMA 500 is currently not well supported by Intel for the Linux platform.

However there is a quite easy way to have the drivers work on any Debian-based distribution, thanks to the Ubuntu sources and packages, for the linux kernel 2.6.30 (with newer kernel it would need a little hacking but seems still possible while the sources are included).

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Sep 14, 2010

Hi! What would be more preferable to install on my machine? I've read somewhere that if my CPU supports 64-bit, I should prefer that over 32-bit. What are the distinct advantages if I do?

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CentOS 5 :: Run Xen On Intel Atom Or Celeron For Learning Purposes

Jan 7, 2010

is it possible to run xen on intel atom or celeron for learning purposes, as when i start the virt-manager it doesn't give me the new option the file menu and when i try to do xm create domain1 it gives error like try running it with config file

if atom/celeorn can't run xen why does it gets installed on the system.

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Fedora Hardware :: Intel Atom D510 - 12 - No Ethernet - No Mouse ?

Feb 11, 2010

I've got a new motherboard Intel Atom D510. There are two problems in Fedora 12 after installing (and in live, too)

1) there is no ethernet (no net, red "x" in net tray).

2) there is no PS|mouse. (only usb-mouse works!).

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Ubuntu Servers :: Intel Atom D525 As A PBX Or An Email Server ?

May 16, 2011

I've got a hankering to upgrade my home PBX from Trixbox on CentOS to SipXecs on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.

The current Trixbox setup is running on a Gigabyte G33M-S2 with 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 duo (There ain't no kill, like overkill). My needs are... ahem... modest, to say the least. The user base is currently five (5) people (all family members)... and would never grow beyond 10.

So, the Intel Atom D525 looks like I could cut down on power consumption. I'm thinking of going with the Gigabyte version found here [url]

If it works out well, I'm thinking of moving my email server (currently on Qmail, and showing its age) to a D525 board, and switching to Postfix.

Has anyone had any thoughts, experiences (good or bad), and/or "gotchas" with the Atom boards as a server (no gui).

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Debian Hardware :: Intel Atom N450 - Limited CPU Frequency Range

Jul 29, 2010

Got a new HP Mini 210 the other day and things run pretty good using squeeze considering how new it is. The only serious problem is that the available scaling frequencies are mis-reported by the system. Instead of 800, 1.0, 1.3 and 1.6, only 1.0 and up are shown.

acpi-cpufreq is installed and run properly on boot, indeed the system scales nicely from 1.0 through max as needed / dicatated by the ondemand governor. Powertop tells me it spends 99.8% of its time at the "lowest" frequency of 1.0.

In the hopes that a newer kernel would solve things I downloaded 2.6.34-1 and built it, and though it runs very nicely it doesn't solve the problem of the missing 800Mhz frequency. At this point I'm at a bit of loss as to how to proceed. I've asked the same question on the Debian mailing list, because I want to give this the good old college try before submitting a bug report to the kernel mailing list.

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Debian Hardware :: Broadcom HD Video Decoder On Intel Atom D410PT ?

Mar 5, 2011

Can I put a broadcom crystal hd video decoder on intel atom d410pt board? I use this for occasional net surfing. It does that pretty well staying cool and silent all the time, but it's really incapable of playing any hd content. These days I came to know that broadcom crystal hd decoder can be used with intel pinetrail platforms to facilitate hd viewing.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Upgrade To An Acer Revo R3610 Dual Core Intel Atom 1?

Dec 14, 2010

I have a question that has been partially answered in other posts and forums but I am still unclear. Please can someone help me out? I was previously using an Intel Atom 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM and the onboard Intel graphics adaptor for use as a media center PC. This was running Lubuntu and I could use Flash at full screen without any issues.

I have since decided to upgrade to an Acer Revo R3610 (Dual core Intel Atom 1.6GHz, 4GB RAM, Corsair SSD and Nvidia ION grpahics). I thought that as this machine was more powerful than my previous one, I could get away with ditching Lununtu and go for Ubuntu 10.10 (x86).

I have updated the machine and installed the latest Nvidia drivers. When I browse to a Flash based site all runs fine until I go to full screen then I get about 10FPS (sound remains fine). The video is unwatchable. I rebuilt the machine using Windows 7 Ultimate (x86) and tested again. Under Windows the video plays perfectly.

I have also tried using the 10.2 beta version of Flash under Ubuntu and this gives the same terrible results. I am at a loss as to where the issue lies. Is it with Nvidia's driver, Adobe's Flash under Linux or is it my Ubuntu build?

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Hardware :: Tweak An Intel Atom D510 W/ Integrated GPU - When Login - Background Doesn't Fade In Gradually

May 2, 2010

I have a new Intel Atom D510 and I'm pretty pleased with it so far. The board is Zotac NM10-ITX.

My first issue was that during long and fast downloads (like transferring my home directory over the network) the system become pretty unusable: web pages would time out, windows would take more than few seconds to load, etc. I solved this by recompiling the kernel for the Atom. (The compile time wasn't that bad actually because the system is pretty simple and it was easy to isolate only the drivers I needed).

My next issue is that certain GUI-related things seem a little sluggish. For example, when the GDM loads it's not smooth like on other computers. When I log in, my background doesn't fade in gradually, it does so in about 1-2 frames. I was thinking this might be an issue with the GPU. It uses the i915 kernel module. Is there some tweaking I can do?

Code:

I was expecting to see a memory region of prefetchable memory around 128M here. Is this a problem?

What are you atom users doing to speed up your systems? I'm on Archlinux and I'm using a BFS patched kernel.

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Oct 28, 2010

my play on linux wont work i go to download a game and it just freezes then it asks me to force quit or wait is because of the computer im using a netbook nb305 toshiba with a intel atom processor with ubuntu netbook os?

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OpenSUSE Wireless :: Intel 4965 Doesn't Work On OpenSuse 11.2

May 6, 2010

I upgraded to OpenSuse 11.2 and just about the only thing that doesn't work is my wireless internet. From my research, I should be using the iwl4965 or iwlwifi driver; however my system seems to be running iwlagn. I have no idea how to switch it as neither of the correct drivers can be found in my yast, and I've failed to find any information about this on the Intel« Wireless WiFi Link drivers for Linux* website.

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: How To Inhibit Powersave During Watching Video

Oct 16, 2010

I have Kaffeine version 1.1 and KDE 4.4.4 release 2 installed on OpenSUSE 11.3. During watching video in Kaffeine the powersave will start and after 30seconds will switch my computer off. When I watch video in Xine I do not have this problem (screen saver timeout is set to 10 seconds). I have not found this option in xine-config.

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Apr 10, 2010

The problem is when I restart system I get that error message in notification. What I have to do to get sound work is: I go to Yast->Hardware->Sound then I edit my sound card which is intel 82801G. Then I enter auto in model section. Then next, it prompts that sound card has to be restarted. I click yes then next once again and after all of that it prompts me 3 or 2 times that kde wants to remove usused devices hda intel alc883 analog and/or digital. Then I have to start Kmix and sound works. Now after that what can I do to actually make it work w/o that procedure. Also what I noted, system doesn't want to reboot sometimes so I have to shutdown -r now.

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: 11.4 Dual Monitors - Left Monitor Not Coming Out Of Powersave?

Sep 7, 2011

I have a really strange X (?) problem. My physical setup is:

Dell Optiplex 990
VisionTek 210 nV DMS59 PCIe video card (with a DVI splitter)
dual Dell P2411H monitors

I'm running OpenSuSE 11.4 (x86_64 fully patched) with the current nvidia drivers and kernel module. I'm running KDE and kdm in case that matters.

If I power off the two monitors, and then power them on again, the right monitor will come back on. The left monitor (which is the primary one... it's the one where the login screen appears when you are first logging in) reports that it is in power save mode. Wiggling the mouse, typing, etc., do not wake it up. The only thing that wakes it up is the detach the DVI cable from the monitor and reattach it (and sometimes it takes a couple tries).

I have used two (identical) video cards and splitters, and the problem occurred with both, so the problem doesn't appear to be with either of them. I also swapped monitors, but after the swap, the problem still occurred on the left monitor, and the old left monitor (which was now right) came on fine, so it doesn't appear to be a monitor problem.

I'm baffled. For now, I just won't turn off the monitors (or at least not the left monitor).

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Jul 13, 2010

I have a problem with my newly installed ATI driver so my Fedora 12 boots to a frozen graphic mode display.I need to force it to boot to text mode interface to start adjusting my X configuration. What to do?This is a new Fedora 12 installation without any change to GRUB etc.

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Debian :: Force Single User Mode On Sun Ultra 5

Apr 26, 2010

I have successfully installed Debian on a Sparc Ultra5, 270MHz SparcIIi CPU, 384MB RAM, 40GB HD. However, once Debian tries to load Gnome (right before the login screen) the screen goes blank, and so the machine becomes unusable. I booted of the NetInstall CD, into rescue mode, and executed a shell, but apparently there is currently a problem when running nano from a live CD, so I can not edit the xorg.conf file when I boot the live CD. So, I would like to just boot the install into single user mode, but I dont know how. Currently, when the Ultra5 is powered on, it tries to boot with command "boot", so I hit "Stop A". From there I type "boot Disk1" to boot Debian normally. To boot from a CD, I would type "boot cdrom" So any idea on how I can boot from Disk1 in Single User Mode?

My only other idea is to hook up another monitor I have which may be able to deal with whatever resolution Gnome is defaulting to. However, Id rather just boot into single user mode.

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Mar 24, 2010

i have this mini laptop asus eee pc with an n280 processor. is there any guide or tutorial that can enlighten my way to install linux on this tiny machine?

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Mar 25, 2010

I run a number of Ubuntu 9.10 boxes attached to multiple daisy-chained KVMs. None of the PCs are using any GUIs - they all run in console mode. I often reboot them remotely via an SSH session, etc. If a monitor isn't actually active on the PC when it reboots, Grub2 uses a low-res video mode, despite having a higher-res video mode set correctly in Grub2's configuration. If I reboot WHILE THE MONITOR is attached to the Ubuntu PC via the KVM, the video mode is set correctly as configured in Grub2's config files. If I reboot WITH NO MONITOR attached, the video mode is ignored and I'm stuck in a low-res mode next time I attach to the PC via the KVM. How can I force Grub2 to honor the configured graphics setting, despite not having a monitor present at the time it boots?

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Oct 13, 2010

During startup (suse linux old distro) LILO immediately after stratup procedure I can see login for about 1 sec and then Xserver starts. I'm unable to kill it with Ctrl+Alt+Backspace or Ctrl+F1..So the question is: is there any way I can force linux to boot into console mode before it starts xserver? (I'm unable to modify any files since I cannot reach the consol mode)?Is there any shortcut ky I need to press during boot in order to prevent GUI from starting?

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Intel IHC9 Sound On Board Doesn't Work?

Jun 16, 2010

I have a Gigabyte mainbord with an Intel IHC9 sound chip. When I configure it via YAST the test-sound plays fine, and when I issue:

sudo speaker-test -Dplug:front -c2 -l5 -twav

some friendly voice starts speaking as well.

But:

speaker-test -Dplug:front -c2 -l5 -twav

doesn't bring about anything sound-like.

My settings are stored at:

[URL]

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