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The Linux-Mobile-Guide (formerly called the Laptop-HOWTO) is a guide covering laptop, notebook, PDA, and mobile phone related Linux features, such as installation methods (via network interface, without CD/DVD drive, etc.), hardware features (PCMCIA, IrDA, Bluetooth, APM, ACPI, etc.), and configurations for different environments.

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  •  14 Dec 2011 13:07

    Release Notes: The address of the opensuse-mobile mailing list has been added. A section on power management for graphics cards has been added. A short description of Intel's LinuxPowerTop project has been added. All references to Suspend2 have been changed to TuxOnIce. Links to OpenSync and Funambol synchronization packages have been added. Some notes about SSDs have been added. Many URLs have been checked. Some minor improvements have been made.

    •  14 Nov 2005 19:36

      Release Notes: A link to keytouch has been made in the Extra Keys section.

      •  10 Oct 2005 18:30

        Release Notes: A technical and a language review have been performed. Numerous bugs have been fixed and many URLs have been updated.

        •  29 Aug 2005 13:09

          Release Notes: Some more tools were added to the external monitor/projector section. A link to Zaurus Development with Damn Small Linux was added to the cross-compile section. Some additions about acoustic management for hard disks were added. References to were added to X11 sections. A link to laptop-mode-tools was added. Some URLs were updated. Some minor changes were made.

          •  20 Sep 2004 07:57

            Release Notes: New chapters were added to the installation section on how to install from a USB device, via VNC, and via network interfaces. The bibliography was updated, a new chapter about in-built SD/MMC and memory stick readers was added, and links to laptop-mode, the Gnome Palm Environment, and the PocketWorkStation Linux distribution for PDAs were adedd. A new chapter on using universal USB port replicators was added along with a "Common Problems During Installation" section on display problems and missing lines.


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