Solved Compatabilty on Lenovo Ideapad 320s-13ikb

JoaoDuarte

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Hello,
Once again here to ask if anyone knows if the Lenovo Ideapad 320s-13ikb has decent compatibility with FreeBSD, and if not, is there a list of known compatible laptops around? Cannot seem to find it. Thanks!
 

20-100-2fe

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I've installed FreeBSD on an Ideapad 120s and its I2C trackpad is not supported, plus there is an issue with its sound chip - "hdac0 command timeout on address 2" error repeated so often the system becomes unusable.
I would advise you to wait for 12.2-RELEASE, which should fix at least the trackpad support issue.
 
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JoaoDuarte

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I've installed FreeBSD on an Ideapad 120s and its I2C trackpad is not supported, plus there is an issue with its sound chip - "hdac0 command timeout on address 2" error repeated so often the system becomes unusable.
I would advise you to wait for 12.2-RELEASE, which should fix at least the trackpad support issue.

Shame, I'll be waiting for the new release. Thanks!
 

jsm

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I've installed FreeBSD on an Ideapad 120s and its I2C trackpad is not supported, plus there is an issue with its sound chip - "hdac0 command timeout on address 2" error repeated so often the system becomes unusable.
I would advise you to wait for 12.2-RELEASE, which should fix at least the trackpad support issue.
I have also a 120s Lenovo. Trackpad works with https://github.com/wulf7/iichid or the belonging port sysutils/iichid. Sounds works for me.
Also there was some recent activity for support of its card reader see https://github.com/hlh-restart/rtsx if any interest..
my sysctl.conf is
kern.timecounter.hardware=HPET #fix skew time
kern.eventtimer.timer=HPET #fix skew time
dev.hdac.0.polling=1 #for sound issues
 
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