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=== ThinkPad Edge 13" Series ===
 
=== ThinkPad Edge 13" Series ===
This page gives an overview of all ThinkPad Edge 13" Series related topics. The Edge 13" exists both in Intel and AMD processor models.
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This page gives an overview of all ThinkPad Edge 13" Series.
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The Edge 13" exists both in Intel and AMD processor models.
  
 
=== ThinkPad Edge 13" (Intel) ===
 
=== ThinkPad Edge 13" (Intel) ===
==== Machine Type ====
 
* 0196, 0217
 
  
 
==== Standard Features ====
 
==== Standard Features ====
*One of the following [[Intel Core 2 Duo (Penryn)|Intel® Core™2 Duo processor]] or [[Intel Core i3]] processors:
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*One of the following processors:
 
** [[Intel Core 2 Duo (Penryn)|Intel® Core™2 Duo processor]] SU7300 (1.3GHz, 3MB L2)
 
** [[Intel Core 2 Duo (Penryn)|Intel® Core™2 Duo processor]] SU7300 (1.3GHz, 3MB L2)
 
** Intel® Core™ i3-380UM Dual Core Processor (1.33 GHz), 3-MB L3 cache
 
** Intel® Core™ i3-380UM Dual Core Processor (1.33 GHz), 3-MB L3 cache
 
* [[Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD]]
 
* [[Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD]]
 
* 13.3" [[TFT display]] with 1366x768 (HD) resolution with LED backlight
 
* 13.3" [[TFT display]] with 1366x768 (HD) resolution with LED backlight
* 2, 3 or 4GB [[PC3-8500]] or [[PC3-10600]] memory standard upgradable to 4GB
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* 2, 3 or 4GB [[PC3-8500]] or [[PC3-10600]] memory standard upgradable to 4GB, up to 8GB (unofficial, works on i3-380UM configuration)
 
* One of the following storage options
 
* One of the following storage options
 
** 250GB 5400rpm 2.5" SATA HDD
 
** 250GB 5400rpm 2.5" SATA HDD
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** [[Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1000]]
 
** [[Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1000]]
 
** [[Intel Centrino Advanced-N + WiMAX 6250]]
 
** [[Intel Centrino Advanced-N + WiMAX 6250]]
** ThinkPad 11b/g/n Wireless LAN Mini-PCI Express Adapter
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** [[ThinkPad 11b/g/n Wireless LAN Mini-PCI Express Adapter III]]
 
* [[ThinkPad_Bluetooth_with_Enhanced_Data_Rate_(BDC-2.1)|Bluetooth]] on select models
 
* [[ThinkPad_Bluetooth_with_Enhanced_Data_Rate_(BDC-2.1)|Bluetooth]] on select models
 
* 0.3MP [[Integrated camera]]
 
* 0.3MP [[Integrated camera]]
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This section covers the 0217 model with an Intel Core i3 processor.
 
This section covers the 0217 model with an Intel Core i3 processor.
  
At least some models feature a Realtek 8188CE wireless MiniPCI express card which only just recently got official support in Linux (as of December 2010).  
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At least some models feature a Realtek 8188CE wireless MiniPCI express card which only just recently got official support in Linux (as of December 2010). The adapter is sold as ThinkPad 11a/b/g, but it is '''not''' the same adapter as either of the three other adapters sold under that same name.
Realtek provided an out-of-kernel driver for a longer while but users have reported limited success and some system instability when using it. The Linux kernel developers are now working with Realtek on properly [[http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux-2.6.git;a=commit;h=0c8173385e549f95cd80c3fff5aab87b4f881d8d | integrating it in the Linux kernel from version 2.6.38]]. Some distributions including Ubuntu have backported or included the original out-of-kernel driver in earlier kernels.
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Please refer to the [[ThinkPad 11b/g/n Wireless LAN Mini-PCI Express Adapter III]] page for driver details.
It is possible to manually build and use the rtl8192ce driver from compat-wireless with earlier kernels, and once the 2.6.38 kernel becomes common this card may start consistently working out of the box.
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The hardware resembles the 0196 model so the issues mentioned for that model may also apply here.
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The Intel 1000 wireless card requires Ubuntu 10.10 or later, it seems, where the touchpad multi touch works fine at least under KDE4.
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The hardware otherwise resembles the 0196 model so the issues mentioned for that model may also apply here.
  
 
==== Linux Mint Debian Edition ====
 
==== Linux Mint Debian Edition ====
  
 
At least the basic features like suspend/resume, frequency scaling, wired networking, HDMI video and trackpad/trackpoint work out of the box.  
 
At least the basic features like suspend/resume, frequency scaling, wired networking, HDMI video and trackpad/trackpoint work out of the box.  
The wireless network interface is '''not''' supported by default, but it is possible to make it work with the compat-wireless driver and the default linux-image-2.6.32-5-amd64 kernel.
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The wireless network interface was '''not''' supported by default at the time of writing, but it was possible to make it work with the compat-wireless driver and the default linux-image-2.6.32-5-amd64 kernel. Now that the 2.6.38 kernel with full wlan driver support is available in Debian testing the problem can be solved by simply upgrading to that kernel.
 
Remaining hardware is not yet tested.
 
Remaining hardware is not yet tested.
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=== ThinkPad Edge 13" (AMD) ===
 
=== ThinkPad Edge 13" (AMD) ===
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Latest revision as of 11:42, 20 April 2016

ThinkPad Edge 13" Series

This page gives an overview of all ThinkPad Edge 13" Series. The Edge 13" exists both in Intel and AMD processor models.

ThinkPad Edge 13" (Intel)

Standard Features

Distribution Support (0196 model)

This section covers the 0196 model with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor.

Common to all distributions should be the following two issues:

  • the trackpad's synaptics multitouch hardware isn't detected properly
  • the built-in microphone does not work by default

Refer to the linlap entry [1] for details.


(K)Ubuntu 10.04 LTS

See: Installing Kubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) on a ThinkPad Edge 13" (Intel)

Ubuntu 10.10

Ubuntu 10.10 out-of-the-box supports pretty much all this machine's hardware, including:

  • power (frequency scaling, hibernate)
  • networking (wifi and ethernet)
  • card reader (tested with SDHC card)
  • webcam
  • HDMI (video & audio (need to select the "HDMI Output" in Sound Preferences))
  • combo headphone/mic jack (same kind of connector as many smartphones)
  • bluetooth
  • trackpad (but only in "pseudo-multitouch", see above)

What doesn't work:

  • inbuilt microphone (see above)

OpenSUSE 11.3

OpenSUSE 11.3 supports this model out-of-the-box, including 3D desktop effects, hibernate, built-in webcam and wireless.

A workaround to enable the the built-in microphone is to add the following line at the beginning of /etc/modprobe.d/50-sound.conf:
options snd-hda-intel model=olpc-xo-1_5


Distribution Support (0217 model)

This section covers the 0217 model with an Intel Core i3 processor.

At least some models feature a Realtek 8188CE wireless MiniPCI express card which only just recently got official support in Linux (as of December 2010). The adapter is sold as ThinkPad 11a/b/g, but it is not the same adapter as either of the three other adapters sold under that same name. Please refer to the ThinkPad 11b/g/n Wireless LAN Mini-PCI Express Adapter III page for driver details.

The Intel 1000 wireless card requires Ubuntu 10.10 or later, it seems, where the touchpad multi touch works fine at least under KDE4.

The hardware otherwise resembles the 0196 model so the issues mentioned for that model may also apply here.

Linux Mint Debian Edition

At least the basic features like suspend/resume, frequency scaling, wired networking, HDMI video and trackpad/trackpoint work out of the box. The wireless network interface was not supported by default at the time of writing, but it was possible to make it work with the compat-wireless driver and the default linux-image-2.6.32-5-amd64 kernel. Now that the 2.6.38 kernel with full wlan driver support is available in Debian testing the problem can be solved by simply upgrading to that kernel. Remaining hardware is not yet tested. r

ThinkPad Edge 13" (AMD)

Machine Type

  • 0197

Standard Features

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