Diff for /wikisrc/laptops.mdwn between versions 1.20 and 1.21

version 1.20, 2020/07/18 11:22:36 version 1.21, 2020/07/18 11:34:24
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 Anything newer than this will work, but will use `llvmpipe`  Anything newer than this will work, but will use `llvmpipe`
 instead of hardware acceleration for OpenGL.  instead of hardware acceleration for OpenGL.
   
   The support includes connecting external monitors over HDMI,
   DisplayPort, and DisplayPort over USB-C.
   
   For the Intel driver, there may be slight graphical corruptions
   when using X11 without a compositor. Xfce/MATE include their own
   compositors, but lightweight window managers can benefit from
   having `picom` running.
   
 ## CPU frequency adjustment  ## CPU frequency adjustment
   
 On most ACPI and some non-ACPI laptops, the `sysutils/estd` package  On most ACPI and some non-ACPI laptops, the `sysutils/estd` package
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 Many x86 laptops use Synaptics touchpads over an emulated PS/2 interface,  Many x86 laptops use Synaptics touchpads over an emulated PS/2 interface,
 which is supported through [[!template id=man name="pms" section="4"]],  which is supported through [[!template id=man name="pms" section="4"]],
 with various adjustable sysctl variables.  with various adjustable Synaptics-specific sysctl variables.
   
 ## WiFi  ## WiFi
   
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 [[!template id=man name="ifconfig" section="8"]], and make sure  [[!template id=man name="ifconfig" section="8"]], and make sure
 [[!template id=man name="dhcpcd" section="8"]] is running.  [[!template id=man name="dhcpcd" section="8"]] is running.
   
 USB WiFI adapters such as  USB 11n WiFi adapters such as
 [[!template id=man name="urtwn" section="4"]] and  [[!template id=man name="urtwn" section="4"]] and
 [[!template id=man name="run" section="4"]] can also be used,  [[!template id=man name="run" section="4"]] can also be used,
 and most/all generic USB ethernet adapters are also well supported.  and most/all generic USB ethernet adapters are also well supported.
 For a fairly complete list, see   For a fairly complete list, see 
 [[!template id=man name="usb" section="4"]].  [[!template id=man name="usb" section="4"]].
   
   Unfortunately, WiFi hardware is not particularly standardized compared
   to most other aspects of modern laptops.
   
 ## Audio  ## Audio
   
 Most modern x86 laptops use the   Essentially all modern x86 laptops use the 
 [[!template id=man name="hdaudio" section="4"]] driver.  [[!template id=man name="hdaudio" section="4"]] driver.
   
 In the case that switching between speakers and the headphone port  In the case that switching between speakers and the headphone port
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 The [[!template id=man name="thinkpad" section="4"]] driver provides  The [[!template id=man name="thinkpad" section="4"]] driver provides
 support for various Thinkpad-specific sensors and function keys.  support for various Thinkpad-specific sensors and function keys.
   
   A number of NetBSD developers use Thinkpads to hack on NetBSD
   and for everyday usage.
   
 ## ThinkPad T22  ## ThinkPad T22
   
 Works perfect (sound, display, all devices, infrared port not tested).  Works perfect (sound, display, all devices, infrared port not tested).
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 # PINE64  # PINE64
   
 ## Pinebook (Allwinner A64)  A number of NetBSD developers use Pinebooks to hack on NetBSD
   and for everyday usage.
   
   Pinebook and Pinebook Pro do not use ACPI, so certain aspects are
   different compared to x86 laptops.
   
 The Pinebook does not use ACPI so certain aspects are different  ## Pinebook (Allwinner A64)
 compared to x86 laptops.  
   
 From user reports to port-arm@, in NetBSD 9.0:  From user reports to port-arm@, in NetBSD 9.0:
   
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 ## Pinebook Pro  ## Pinebook Pro
   
 The Pinebook Pro does not use ACPI so certain aspects are different  
 compared to x86 laptops.  
   
 * [[!template id=man name="uvideo" section="4"]] webcam works.  * [[!template id=man name="uvideo" section="4"]] webcam works.
 * Internal Broadcom WiFi is supported via the [[!template id=man name="bwfm" section="4"]] driver in 9_STABLE.  * Internal Broadcom WiFi is supported via the [[!template id=man name="bwfm" section="4"]] driver in 9_STABLE.
   External adapters may still be more stable.    External adapters may still be more stable.
 * The CPU frequency can be adjusted automatically with `estd` or with `sysctl machdep.cpufreq.*`.  * The CPU frequency can be adjusted automatically with `estd` or with `sysctl machdep.cpufreq.*`.
 * The display backlight can be adjusted with `sysctl`.  * The display backlight can be adjusted with `sysctl`.
 * Mesa llvmpipe is currently used for 3D/OpenGL.  * Mesa llvmpipe is currently used for 3D/OpenGL.
   * Connecting external monitors does not currently work through USB-C.

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