- snespp is a kernel module for interfacing with Super NES/Famicon controllers via a parallel port.
I maintain several ports. Bug reports/fixes and suggestions are welcome.
- Album Art (status)
- imgtops (status)
- ML-Doc (status)
- pspresent (status)
- sml-fxp (status)
- sml_tk (status)
- snespp (status)
- Uppaal (status)
I used to maintain several ports but due to other projects I have passed them on to new maintainers.
ThinkPad R52 (1858-CVM)
Runs FreeBSD 6.x well although the modem does not work and resuming after suspend sometimes hangs the machine. More details...
machine i386 cpu I686_CPU
device agp device drm device i915drm
device sound device snd_ich device speaker
device miibus device bge
device iwi device wlan device firmware
Suspend and resume do not work consistently but seem to improve with each
new release. CPU speed scaling works
acpi_ibm module works if not compiled into the kernel
Hard Drive Active Protection System (HDAPS)
Tobias Kirschstein's prototype driver works with the built-in accelerometer. The driver does not, however, attempt to protect the disk from sudden shocks.
System management bus
device smbus device ichsmb device smb
device uhci device ehci device usb ...
PCMCIADetected, but I have never tried it.
device cbb device pccard device cardbus
Device is a
82801FB/FR/FW/FRW AC '97 Modem Controller which is not supported
I have not tried this feature.
Vital Product Data
Provides data under
/boot/loader.conf. The x11-servers/synaptics
port provides support, including gestures, under X windows.
ThinkPad keys and functionality
Auxiliary battery in CD slot
Load the synaptics module and set
For a single display:
Section "Device" Identifier "Single-Card" Driver "i810" BoardName "Mobile 915GM/GMS/910GML Express Graphics Controller" VendorName "Intel Corporation" BusID "PCI:0:2:0" EndSection
For two displays:
Section "Device" Identifier "Dual-IntDevice" Driver "i810" Option "MonitorLayout" "CRT,LFP" BusID "PCI:0:2:0" Screen 1 EndSection Section "Device" Identifier "Dual-ExtDevice" Driver "i810" Option "MonitorLayout" "CRT,LFP" BusID "PCI:0:2:0" Screen 0 EndSection