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Hello World!
 
Hello World!
  
I am user “TpUser0”, I own an IBM ThinkPad {{R51}} [[1830-DG4]] and I'm running {{Gentoo}} Linux on it. {{Windows}} XP is also installed, but I rarely use it.
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I am user “TpUser0”.
  
 
My first language is German, I speak an intermediate level of English.
 
My first language is German, I speak an intermediate level of English.
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== My ThinkPads ==
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I own an IBM ThinkPad [[:Category:T42|T42]] [[2373-6YG]] running Windows XP, FreeDOS, Linux. Maybe I can one day also run OS/2 Warp 4.5 on it.
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I also own a Lenovo ThinkPad [[:Category:X230|X230]] running [[:Category:Debian|Debian]] GNU/Linux and [[:Category:Windows|Windows 7]].
  
 
== My links in this Wiki ==
 
== My links in this Wiki ==
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* [[List of DMI IDs]] – can you find my Thinkpad?
 
* [[List of DMI IDs]] – can you find my Thinkpad?
 
* [[Thinkpad-acpi|thinkpad-acpi]], which used to be [[Ibm-acpi|ibm-acpi]] – all the good stuff with your Thinkpad on Linux.
 
* [[Thinkpad-acpi|thinkpad-acpi]], which used to be [[Ibm-acpi|ibm-acpi]] – all the good stuff with your Thinkpad on Linux.
For all there is the [[Thinkwiki|main page]] is the place to start.
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For all there is the [[ThinkWiki|main page]] is the place to start.
  
 
Greetings,
 
Greetings,
 
“TpUser0”
 
“TpUser0”

Latest revision as of 21:47, 12 March 2017

Hello World!

I am user “TpUser0”.

My first language is German, I speak an intermediate level of English.

My ThinkPads

I own an IBM ThinkPad T42 2373-6YG running Windows XP, FreeDOS, Linux. Maybe I can one day also run OS/2 Warp 4.5 on it.

I also own a Lenovo ThinkPad X230 running Debian GNU/Linux and Windows 7.

My links in this Wiki

  • tp_smapi – a very importaint module for a Thinkpad Linux user.
  • HDAPS – protect your data, and the environment too!
  • List of DMI IDs – can you find my Thinkpad?
  • thinkpad-acpi, which used to be ibm-acpi – all the good stuff with your Thinkpad on Linux.

For all there is the main page is the place to start.

Greetings, “TpUser0”