Debian GNU/Linux on the Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook S7010, version 0.1

Copyright (C) 2004 by Frank Becker <>

Table of Contents
1. Disclaimer
2. Latest Version of the Document
3. History
4. Debian
5. Hardware
6. Kernel
7. Harddrive
8. Graphic
8.1. X11
8.1.1. Config
8.1.2. OpenGL
8.1.3. X Video Extension
8.1.4. Other Tools
8.2. Framebuffer
9.1. Sleep states
9.1.1. Suspend to RAM
9.1.2. Suspend to Disk
9.2. System Staus
9.3. Speedstep
9.4. Cooling
10. Thanks
11. Links

1. Disclaimer

Copyright (C) 2004 by Frank Becker <>. This document may be distributed under the terms set forth in the LDP license at

This is free documentation. It is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty. The information in this document is correct to the best of my knowledge, but there's a always a chance I've made some mistakes, so don't follow everything too blindly, especially if it seems wrong. Nothing here should have a detrimental effect on your computer, but just in case I take no responsibility for any damages incurred from the use of the information contained herein.

Fujitsu-Siemens recommends to use Microsoft (R) Windows (C) XP Professional for versatile mobile computing. I wonder why you should give up the power and control of your hardware. Hey, Fujitsu-Siemens: If you care about your customers, please give them the free choice to run whatever they want! Pay a few hackers to make sure free operating systems run on your hardware! Thank you!

To the reader: Always have a backup of both the original configuration and your Linux installation if you have to get your laptop repaired. Though I hope trademarks will be superfluous sometimes (you may see what I mean at Open Source Definition: If certain words are trademarks, the context should make it clear to whom they belong. For example "MS Windows NT" implies that "Windows NT" belongs to Microsoft (MS). Trademarks belong to their respective owners.

For comments please don't hesitate to contact me.