Asus Models with Bodhi installed.
Yes, even with only 2GB of SSD storage.
Everything works well - wifi, Fn keys for volume, brightness, wifi on/off, on-screen display.
- Jeff Schallenberg, 27 Jan 2011
Bodhi linux Forum member bkruggel reports a successful installation, with some required workarounds.
Here is the link to bkruggel's How-To. Highlights:
- When first installed, the resolution was incorrect.
- Had to solve some dependencies to install the latest graphics drivers for Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat (without upgrading the whole system) and resolving a problem with the touchscreen.
- Buttons and suspend/hibernate work. - The touchscreen was difficult to use.
eeePC T101mt Nearly fully functional hardware by default. Only single touch on display. Multi-touch can be added with a small work around.
User vskye tested the live 1.0 release, everything works fine on this minus the default resolution is 1024×768 vs 1366×768. As far as the resolution goes, I know this can be fixed with the correct Intel drivers. Oh ya, dreaded GMA 500 GPU. Just a FYI.
Completely functional with Bodhi version 2.2.0 with one exception: it will not remember the brightness settings. The following will solve this.
Edit the grub file from a terminal (Terminology):
sudo leafpad /etc/default/grub
Find the following line:
Change this in:
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="splash quiet acpi_osi=Linux"
After restarting Bodhi I tested my brightness issue and it was solved!
Eveything works perfectly - webcam, card reader, wifi, multimedia buttons, etc. babel
Everything works perfectly - wifi, Fn keys for suspend, touchpad on/off, volume, brightness, wifi on/off, bluetooth on/off, external display on/off
By installing Jupiter, can use Asus Hybrid Engine.
Works perfectly; webcam, wifi, touchpad, brightness, sound, mic, USB, suspend/resume (incl. fn key). Composite in Bodhi 1.3 works well with hardware acceleration.
This model works well with Bodhi, with the exception of the particular Broadcom card in it. Here's the method to get it working:
1) Install the older kernel from from here or use Synaptic to install linux-image-2.6.35-28.(Other kernels may work but this one is “confirmed”)
2) The kernel change will affect the video card settings, so run this command to remove the “old” ones.
sudo mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/orig-xorg.conf
All we've done there is rename the file, that way you still have it if you decide you need it later.
3) Reboot and make sure it's booting into 18.104.22.168 (it should be the default)
4) Run this command:
sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-$(uname -r) jockey-gtk
5) Run jockey-gtk as root with command:
6) If Broadcom drivers are activated, de-activate them and re-activate them. Otherwise, just activate Broadcom.
7) Reboot (you may not actually have to, but it won't hurt)