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 +====== Asus G60Jx ======
 +===== Introduction =====
 +This is a compatibiltiy guide to running Linux with the Asus G60Jx laptop.
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 +This page is just for discussing using Linux on the Asus G60Jx. For a general discussion about this laptop you can visit the [[http://​www.lapwik.com/​asus_g60jx|Asus G60Jx page on LapWik]].
 +===== Editing This Page =====
 +If you would like to edit this page please first view our [[Editing Guidelines]].
 +===== Specifications =====
 +For full specifications see the [[http://​www.lapspecs.com/​wiki/​asus+g60jx|Asus G60Jx specifications page]].
 +
 +|Name|Asus G60Jx|
 +|Processor|Intel® Core™ i7 Processor 620M/720QM Processor : 2.66 GHz - 1.6 GHz, with turbo up to 3.33/2.8 GHz \\ Intel® Core™ i5 Processor 540M/​520M/​430M : 2.53 GHz - 2.26 GHz, with turbo up to 3.06/​2.93/​2.53 GHz \\ Intel® Core™ i3 Processor 350M/330M : 2.26 GHz - 2.13 GHz|
 +|Screen|16"​ (1366x768) Widescreen|
 +|RAM|Up to 4GB (up to 8GB for i7 systems)|
 +|HDD|320GB to 640GB|
 +|Optical Drive|DVD+-RW \\ Blu-ray|
 +|Graphics|NVIDIA® GeForce® GTS 360M|
 +|Network|10/​100/​1000 Ethernet \\ 802.11 b/g/n |
 +===== Linux Compatibility =====
 +^Device^Compatibility^Comments^
 +|Processor|Core i5 430M OK| 4x threads all good|
 +|Screen|1366x768 OK| Function keys work, EXCEPT FN3-4 brightness keyboard (Fedora 13) |
 +|HDD|OK|Cached reads:​3098.5 MB/sec, bffered reads: 101.81 MB/sec|
 +|Optical Drive|BAD|DVD movies won't play (Ubuntu), Play fine (Fedora 13) with proper software |
 +|Graphics|OK| |
 +|Sound|OK| |
 +|Ethernet|OK| |
 +|Wireless|OK| |
 +|Bluetooth|Not Tested| |
 +|Modem|Not Tested| |
 +|USB|OK| |
 +|Firewire|Not Tested| |
 +|Card Reader|OK| |
 +|Webcam| Works fine| |
 +===== Notes =====
 +You can enter any specific notes with running Linux on the Asus G60Jx here.
 +===== Summary =====
 +The laptop works great as long as you have it properly configured. You might have a couple issues getting everything set up at first, especially with 64-bit issues. However, these issues tend to exist in Windows 7 as well. Flash being the ugliest issue. It does work though. I actually prefer the way the laptop operates in Linux than Windows 7. For instance, the "​trackpad"​ requires almost no changes, whereas in Windows 7 Home Premium I cannot get it to work to my liking that's WITH proprietary software installed.
 +Edit by Reventlov :
 +For the backlit keyboard, I use acpi and the acpi daemon to modify the brightness.
 +Here my /etc/acpi/ folder : http://​ompldr.org/​vN3ZzcQ
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asus_g60jx.txt · Last modified: 2018/04/03 15:26 by don