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Model SUSE Linux
/ openSUSE
Release
Hardware Support Remark:
Video Sound Ethernet Wireless Bluetooth Power
Management
Other
Pavilion
ze2308wm
9.3 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png with ndiswrapper 1.7 and broadcom driver NotApplicable.png 22px-Tick.png Touchpad work both vertical and horizontal scroll 1024x768 24 bit 3D, almost flawless install touchpady a little to touchy though
Pavilion
ze4300
9.3 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Question.png NotApplicable.png Question.png works with IBM Touchpad support (scrolling) Supports 1440x1050 screen resolution.
Does not support notebook capability of second monitor (as far as I know).
Pavilion
ze4547wm
10.2 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png NotApplicable.png Not Integrated NotApplicable.png Question.png Suspend Doesn't Work, Hibernate Does Work & CPU Frequency Throttling Requires Manual Kernel Update and Setup Synaptics Touchpad Driver Automatically Loaded Madwifi works well with my PCMCIA Wireless Adapter. Volume Up & Down Work, but Mute button doesn't work.
Pavilion
zv5120us
9.3 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Question.png Question.png Cross.png Suspend and hibernate not working, black screen... touchpad works Supports 1240x800 screen resolution;

hotkeys: sound and www buttons work with existing pavilion keyboard layout; modem seen but not working (google -zv5120us linux- for some help).

Pavilion
dv1125la
9.2 22px-Tick.png with 3D 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Needs updated firmware NotApplicable.png 22px-Tick.png touchpad works Supports 1920x1200 screen resolution (wide screen display only 1024x768 24 bit 3D);

hotkeys: sound buttons work; modem works; usb works; Digital Media (card reader): SD.MS/Pro.MMC.SM.XD not work; DVD/RW works.

Pavilion zv6000
AMD 3200+
9.3 64bits, 10.0 64bit, 10.1 64bit 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png w/SUSE ndiswrapper and Broadcom 64bit drivers Question.png Question.png touch pad works There is a clock problem from the motherboard, there are ways around fixing this and there is extensive documentation on forums around.(9.3)- Clock problem solved with 10.0. Ndiswrapper 1.27 works on 10.1 only with the netbc564.inf (driver from Ubuntu forums) NOT the bcmwl5.inf file. The ATI 64bit drivers for the 200M cards seem to not work so far for 3d (9.3 or 10.0 or 10.1)
Pavilion zv6270us 10.0 64bit Retail 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Question.png Question.png Question.png Touch Pad 22px-Tick.png,
Modem Question.png,
Card Reader Question.png.
No 3D (2006-01-25)
nx5000 10.0RC1 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png After firmware install 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Suspend to Disk ok, Suspend to RAM not reliable. touch pad ok, infrared ?,SD no, Modem ? .
nx9030 10.0, 10.1 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png NotApplicable.png 22px-Tick.png Suspend to Disk ok touch pad ok, infrared working Modem working with HSF modem driver, however modem not working with common driver. Wireless working well. Acrox 8d mouse is not working well with full functions fwd-back buttons, 3d ball not working.
nx7010 10.1 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png After firmware install 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Suspend to Disk ok, Suspend to RAM needs boot parameter "acpi_sleep=s3_bios". touch pad ok, infrared ?,SD ?, Firewire ?, Modem ? Radeon Mobility 9200 Card now recognized automatically. Dualhead works out-of-the-box.
Pavilion zd8000 10.0 Retail 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Question.png
See Remark
22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Touchpad works as well as modem Radeon Mobility X600 works beautifully (Dualhead as well).
External pcmcia wireless card, Linksys WPC55AG works flawlessly
tc4200 10.0 Retail 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.pngAfter firmware install 22px-Tick.png Cross.pngSuspend to Disk fails, Suspend to RAM fails, more info Touchpad ok, Bluetooth ok, modem?, irda?, SD? SuSE 10.0 is not working out of the box, more info.
nx8220, PY515EA 10.0 Retail 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png NotApplicable.png 22px-Tick.pngAfter instaling kernel, and setting "reboot=bios" in GRUB. Touchpad ok, Bluetooth?, modem?, irda?, SD? Flawless install, if not considerig problems with original kernel.
nc8230, PV406 9.3 Retail 22px-Tick.png(with ATI Binary Driver) 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png(see notes; suspend to ram fails) Touchpad & Trackpoint ok, modem?, irda?, SD? ATI Binary Driver (> 25.18) is required for OpenGL hardware acceleration, Suspend to Disk, DualHead or Xinerama. An annoying high-pitched noise produced by faulty electronics can be eliminated by adding "options processor max_cstate=2" to /etc/modprobe.conf (affects a whole series of intel chipsets with integrated bluetooth). Touchpad (including horizontal scrolling), Bluetooth and Wireless worked out of the box (maybe after Yast-Update). Installing 10.0 failed due to common ACPI problems (known and fixed in 10.1 AFAIK).
nx8220, PY538ES 10.2 DVD 22px-Tick.png3D with radeon driver, also with new fglrx 8.32 (better performance) 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Touchpad works,card reader works with little configuration Screen Resolution 1280x800 automatically configured after install, sound buttons work,hibernation ok.
nc6000 10.0,10.1 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Suspend to disk works, suspend to RAM works on 10.1 Touchpad ok, modem?, irda?, Sound ok, wifi ok (more info) suspend to ram works in 10.1 but not in 10.0.
nc6220 10.1,10.2 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 10.1:Suspend to disk works, but fails to come back with XGL Volume keys only work from 10.2, Use snd-intel8x0m + slmodemd for the modem, need smlink package from non-oss repo|
nc6400 10.1 22px-Tick.pnghttp://www.suse.de/~sndirsch/ati-installer-HOWTO.html 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Suspend to disk works, suspend to RAM works on Touchpad ok, modem?, irda ok, Sound ok, wifi ok, Biometric Fingerprint Sensor not working, Integrated Smart Card Reader Not Working, TPM 1.2 Embedded Security Chip Not Working. ATI X1300 display in Suse 10.1 show only 128MB but Windows Xp show 512MB. Do not know why but so far working great. KDE KPowersave ( Set Brightness Not Supported - IBM work great in this area )
nx6110 10.0RC1 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Suspend to disk works, as does suspend to RAM Touchpad ok, modem?, irda?, Sound ok Flawless install.Laptop halts instead of shutdown or reboot after Linux has shutdown. Probable solution, install kernel. It should be fixed any way in next kernel update.
nx6125 10.0, 10.1 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png finger print reader won't work No real problems except the usual ATi related issues.
nx6325 10.3 Alpha 3 22px-Tick.png without 3D. Did not try latest ATI drivers 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png with ndiswrapper and bcmwl5.inf driver NotApplicable.png 22px-Tick.png finger print reader doesn't work Kernel 2.6.21-rc5 fixes ACPI and DSDT problems. Fans working now. TZ1,TZ2,TZ3 sensors working. 'Bad state' on shutdown solved. Suffers from the 'Radeon Annoying bug' so no init 5 after install. After fixing xorg.conf - Workaround: Disable the MergedFB option - init 5 works fine. Runs very stable for an 'Alpha' version.
nx9000 10.0 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png NotApplicable.png 22px-Tick.png Suspend to disk works, suspend to RAM not Touchpad ok, modem ok, irda ok, Sound ok Flawless install. Broadcom Wireless mini-PCI only works with ndiswrapper 1.7 and broadcom driver
nx9005 10.0,10.1 22px-Tick.png without 3D 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png NotApplicable.png NotApplicable.png Suspend to disk works,but the network doesn't work after wake up Touchpad ok, modem ok, Sound ok Everything works out of the box
Pavilion
dv6005ea
10.2 DVD 32 bit Cross.png Cross.png Cross.png Cross.png with ndiswrapper NotApplicable.png Cross.png 1280x800 24 bit 3D, with NVIDIA propriatary driver. Very buggy unless you boot with "iommu=off noirqdebug"
Pavilion
dv8025EA
10.0 DVD Retail - 32 Bit 22px-Tick.png working, with ATI drivers* 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png ** NotApplicable.png Question.png haven't tested
  • Sometimes doesn't power off/reboot automatically (need to hold the power button for 4 seconds)
  • Inbuilt memory card reader doesn't work
  • I haven't tried dual head, TV out, PCMCIA, the new PCMIA style slot or modem
  • Converting a CD to OGG in KDE cause the pointer to go crazy if you touch the track pad, works fine afterward (must be an IDE problem).
  • IMPORTANT - requires acpi=noirq to install and boot.
  • * Proprietary ATI drivers require you to share 128MB of system RAM with the graphics card (freezes or loads default unaccellerated drivers otherwise).
  • ** I couldn't get the wireless working with NDISWrapper in 64-bit even with latest NDISWrapper and 64-Bit XP drivers. I suspect the 64-bit XP drivers were not suitable
Pavilion zt3000 9.2, 9.3, 10.0, 10.1beta2 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png update 18 JUNE 2006 - Suspend to disk and RAM works- add parameter: acpi_sleep=s3_bios to kernel boot line- vesafb and vga16 should both work fine - important to disable radeonfb Touchpad ok, modem ok, irdaQuestion.png, Sound ok. Winbond W83L518D SD/MMC card reader works with wbsd and mmc_block kernel modules loaded. ATI Radeon 9200 3D works with fglrx. No problems with install. Can't successfully drive a projector/beamer.
Pavilion DV8040US 10.0 Retail DVD 22px-Tick.pngWorking, with ATI drivers 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.pngNdiswrapper .tar "stable" w/ Windows 64bit driver NotApplicable.png Working - sus to disk & RAM not tested Touchpad-tapping & scrolling works, modem not tested, 22px-Tick.png, Sound ok. No problems with install. Must use boot options - "acpi=force noapic noirq" at boot prompt during install "F3". Also add to Grub using Yast.
Pavilion dv8000z 10.0 Retail DVD, 64-bit 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Cross.pngBuilt-in Broadcom card not detected, but
22px-Tick.pngLinksys WPC55AG cardbus worked out of the box.
Question.pngThe Broadcom card wasn't detected for wireless, so I assume that its Bluetooth functions don't work either, but I haven't tried. 22px-Tick.pngsuspend to disk
Question.pngsuspend to RAM not tested
Touchpad works, but for some reason neither YAST nor KDE is able to disable it even when you tell them to (I hate touchpads). Fortunately I was able to tape some cardboard over it to effectively disable it. Of course, if you like touchpads, then there's no problem. Important: If you're doing the 64-bit installtion you must add the boot option "noapic" or the video won't work (use F3 at the install prompt). 32-bit doesn't seem to need the extra boot option. Other than that, the install went perfectly.

If you want the wireless to work, I'd recommend the Linksys WPC55AG wireless card since that worked for me, but if want a different card, make sure that you check compatability before you buy one (http://linux-wless.passys.nl/ is a good site), particularly if you're running in 64-bit mode. You're pretty much going to want a card that works with the kernel since it's difficult to get 64-bit Windows drivers for ndiswrapper to use.
HP Pavilion dv1000 10.1 Open SUSE, 32-bit 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png NotApplicable.png haven't had a chance to fully test; powerbutton worked to shutown machine NotApplicable.png 22px-Tick.png Easy install with no problems 14.1 inch LCD auto detected nicely
HP Pavilion dv1740br 10.2 Open SUSE 22px-Tick.png with XGL 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png later with ndiswrapper NotApplicable.png Question.png the hibernate shutdown last time I used, need more test Easy install, only the problem with the Wireless that I'd already knew. The ndiswrapper content at the Support area on this site solved completely.

Question.png Not tested Yeat: MODEM and Cards || 14.1 inch wide LCD auto detected nicely

HP Pavilion zd7010ea Suse 9.3, 10.0 22px-Tick.png 3D is working with new nvidia driver 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png NotApplicable.png NotApplicable.png 22px-Tick.png Keyboard 22px-Tick.png (ms natural pro)
USB 22px-Tick.png
DVD-RW+ 22px-Tick.png
Touchpad 22px-Tick.png
card-reader Question.png
More or less standard install, only some small adjustments are necessary (NVIDIA). Graphics resolution 1440x900 on flat panel 22px-Tick.png, analog monitor 22px-Tick.png. Suspend to disk 22px-Tick.png. Detection of closing the notebook 22px-Tick.png. Keyboard volume control 22px-Tick.png
HP Pavilion ze4925ea 9.3, 10.0, 10.1 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.pngPCMCIA card works with ndiswrapper and Broadcom drivers. 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Touchpad works Some multimedia/special keys do not work.
Pavilion dv5255ea 10.1 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Question.png 22px-Tick.png Touchpad works
Pavilion zv5000z 10.1, 64-bit 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png reverse engineered bcm43xx driver NotApplicable.png 22px-Tick.pnghibernate
Cross.pngsuspend
22px-Tick.pngtouchpad
Cross.png5in1 card reader
nv - 1280x960
nvidia - 1680x1050
Pavilion dv2120us 10.1, 64-bit 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png See remarks NotApplicable.png 22px-Tick.pngsuspend 22px-Tick.pngtouchpad
Question.png card reader
Wireless: Installed ndiswrapper off SuSE 10.1 installation DVD; Downloaded sp33575.exe from Software & Driver downloads HP Pavilion dv2120us Notebook PC site; Ran sp33575.exe to extract files; Copied directory that contains bcmwl5.inf file to SuSE; Followed the installation instructions on the ndiswrapper wiki.
Pavilion
ze4600
10.1 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png with ndiswrapper 1.7 and broadcom driver on CD supplied with laptop (BCM4320) NotApplicable.png 22px-Tick.png Only tried on/off and suspend works with IBM Touchpad support (scrolling) Supports 1440x1050 screen resolution. Haven't tried getting the hotkeys to work.
Pavilion dv9000 10.2, 64-bit Question.png Question.png Question.png Question.png NotApplicable.png Question.png Question.png tried to install version 10.2, but after preparation of the installation, the hdd cant be found. So no installation possible atm.
Pavilion dv9000ea 10.2, 64-bit Question.png Question.png Question.png Question.png Question.png Question.png Question.png some ACPI problems (e.g. system crash when setting the hardware clock, no access to the secondary hdd) that can be avoided by adding "acpi=bios" to the boot options.
Pavilion dv9053ea 10.2, 64-bit 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png system freezes when setting the hardware clock:solution boot with apm=off, acpi=off noapic then change in /etc/sysconfig/System/environment/clock/SYSTOHC=NO and reboot normally.
Pavilion dv9033cl 10.2 Retail DVD, 64-bit 22px-Tick.png without 3d *(see notes to enable 3d) 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png * see notes NotApplicable.png Question.png Question.png Big improvement over 10.1! Installation was a piece of cake and MUCH faster. This system was purchased new in October 2006. has had 10.1 on it as well. Has dual 100 gb SATA hard drives. nVidia GeForce Go 7600, and Centrino Duo ICH7 audio, etc. Will report more as finish tweaks and updates. Just installed 10.2 on this system on 2007-01-04. Audio workds but not able to control between headphones and speakers, will likely have to do as in 10.1 from the following (link coming soon):... Wireless works initially under Network Manager, but starts to become "flaky" under load when using WEP. Need to use updated ipw3945 and ieee80211 (http://ipw3945.sourceforge.net/#downloads)‌. May have to disable NM and only run under ifup/down (testing still). WEP still doesn't work reliably under 10.1 or 10.2 with Network Manager nor with ifup/down until update ipw & ieee. Video 3d - have to download nVidia drivers for 3d from http://www.nvidia.com/object/unix.html - DO NOT enable Xgl before installing the nVidia driver, system will be so slow as to be unusable. DVD-DL-Lightscribe (report coming soon). TV-Tuner card (report coming soon). Built-in webcam (report coming). Hotkeys & Fn Keys (works! when hotkeys in sysconfig enabled). IR Remote (report coming). Modem (report coming). Memcard slot (report coming). HDMI (report coming). Expansion slot (n/a yet). Touchpad vertical scroll works, no horizontal scroll (yet). Microphone (report coming).
Pavilion dv2000t (P/N RM668AV) 10.2, 64-bit, DVD, KDE 22px-Tick.png3D work after install last nvidia driver from website. Do not work with drivers from YAST repository. 22px-Tick.png The Work with QuickButtons. Do not work with QuickPlay 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png NotApplicable.png Question.png Question.png Touchpad work both vertical and horizontal scroll. Webcam is detect and work usind v4l, uvcvideo and kdetv. Mic and Phone NA. Another itens tests next week.
Pavilion
dv6186ea
10.2, 64-bit, DVD 22px-Tick.png working with new nvidia driver 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Touchpad22px-Tick.png
Wireless22px-Tick.png
modemQuestion.png
card reader22px-Tick.png
webcamQuestion.png
1280x800, Flawless installation, still have to check all those Question.png.
HP nx7400 10.2 22px-Tick.png with 3D 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.pngSuspend to Disk
Cross.pngSuspend to RAM
Touchpad22px-Tick.png
ModemQuestion.png
Hot Keys22px-Tick.png With "hotkey-setup" package
Broadcom wireless card works, but only with ndiswrapper.

This laptop (as many other HP laptops in this page) suffers from "bad state" problem. Laptop goes into "bad state" whenever it is shutdown or rebooted from SUSE. Possible indicators of the problem are: CPU not reaching maximum frequency (speedstepping does not work), battery indicator is not updated when running under battery power, long delay (20s) when booting. This problem survives reboot. One workarround is to remove power and battery, and wait for up to 20 seconds. The solution is to use kernel from ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/people/trenn/hp_fixes_final/ or to recompile kernel (configure psmouse as module, unload the driver before system shutdown or reboot). This bug is appearantly fixed in the latest kernel, and might get into openSUSE 10.3. It is also important to use the latest BIOS version from HP.

Suspend to RAM kind of works, but is not enabled by default. You should edit /etc/pm/config to force use of s2ram (change line S2RAM_OPTS="" to S2RAM_OPTS="-f"). On resume display backlight is off, but can be turned on using Fn+Brightness button. Ethernet works after resume, power management (fan) works as well. I did not check whether wireless survives resume.

Initially I had some problems with audio (only headphones were working), after playing with KMixer speakers are working as well.

HP nc8430 10.2 22px-Tick.png with 3D and XGL and compiz/beryl 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.pngSuspend to Disk
Cross.pngSuspend to RAM
Touchpad22px-Tick.png
ModemQuestion.png
Hot Keys22px-Tick.png (some of them most of the time ;-)
This laptop (as many other HP laptops in this page) suffers from "bad state" problem. Laptop goes into "bad state" whenever it is shutdown or rebooted from SUSE. Possible indicators of the problem are: CPU not reaching maximum frequency (speedstepping does not work), battery indicator is not updated when running under battery power, long delay (20s) when booting. This problem survives reboot. One workarround is to boot to Windows or to remove power and battery, and wait for up to 20 seconds.

The solution is to use kernel from http://repos.opensuse.org/Kernel:/SL102_BRANCH/openSUSE_10.2/ or latest online-update-kernel.

see https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=179702

This bug is fixed in the latest kernel, and might get into openSUSE 10.3. It is also important to use the latest BIOS version from HP.

to get wlan, fglrx or any other kmp-drivers to work again after kernel-update, just get source-rpm of required kmp-package and rebuild rpm or reinstall driver (in case of fglrx).

For 3D graphics problem fixes look at: http://en.opensuse.org/ATI_Driver http://en.opensuse.org/Howto/ATI_Driver https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=222993 https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=233112 http://forum.beryl-project.org/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=13&start=210

HP dv8295 10.2 DVD 32bit 22px-Tick.png (had probs with 10.1 and earlier) 22px-Tick.png although seems quiet 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.pngSome hot keys
Cross.pngQuick-Play keys
Haven't tested this machine extensively yet, but have been running 10.2/KDE as main system for about 6 weeks, and haven't run into **any** problems at all (not even a crash!)
HP dv8284 10.2 DVD 32bit 22px-Tick.png 3D/Xgl/beryl - drivers need install 22px-Tick.png although Microphone NOT working 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png
Cross.pngNO suspend at all
22px-Tick.png AND the telecontrol
Cross.pngQuick-Play keys
Cross.png5in1 card reader
Battery lasts 3h-6h while in Microsoft Windows keeps for maximum 2h with the same minimum use. Sometimes doesn't shutdown, sometimes does not boot. In general its working 90% fine
HP Pavilion dv1000 10.1 DVD 32-bit 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png 22px-Tick.png Question.png Cross.png Suspend to RAM causes system to crash, Suspend to Disk is OK, but might boot back into QuickPlay Cross.png Media Card Reader 22px-Tick.png Networking and Audio Recognized Everything out of the box, required no configuration.
HP Pavilion dv1000 10.0 DVD 32-bit Cross.png Cross.png Cross.png Cross.png Question.png Cross.png Nothing Works Cross.png No hardware recognized, not even USB No hardware was recognized at all, all that it recognized was DVD burner, but no USB, Audio, etc.