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Linux and ThinkPad enthusiast :-) For a few months now, I have settled with my setup. It comprises a docked [[:Category:X41_Tablet|X41T]] and a headless, docked [[:Category:T30|T30]] with a PCI DVB-S card.
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Linux and ThinkPad enthusiast :-) For a few months now, I have settled with my setup. It comprises a docked [[:Category:X41_Tablet|X41T]], a docked [[:Category:A30p|A30p]] and a headless, docked [[:Category:T30|T30]] with a PCI DVB-S card.
  
I also have a few ThinkPads that mostly collect dust: a [[:Category:560X|560X]] and a [[:Category:A30p|A30p]].
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==Tweaks==
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By default, in a debian based system, bluetooth and wwan is on. To have them switched off every time you boot, add the following line in your {{path|/etc/rc.local}}
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          echo "disable" > /proc/acpi/ibm/bluetooth     
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          echo "disable" > /proc/acpi/ibm/wan
  
==X41 Tablet specifics==
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To disable the touchpad:
By default, in a debian based system, bluetooth is on. To have it switched off every time you boot, at the following line in your {{path|/etc/rc.local}}
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           synclient TouchpadOff=1
           echo "disable" > /proc/acpi/ibm/bluetooth
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==Reference==
 
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Latest revision as of 18:14, 29 June 2014

Linux and ThinkPad enthusiast :-) For a few months now, I have settled with my setup. It comprises a docked X41T, a docked A30p and a headless, docked T30 with a PCI DVB-S card.

Tweaks

By default, in a debian based system, bluetooth and wwan is on. To have them switched off every time you boot, add the following line in your /etc/rc.local

         echo "disable" > /proc/acpi/ibm/bluetooth      
         echo "disable" > /proc/acpi/ibm/wan

To disable the touchpad:

         synclient TouchpadOff=1

Reference