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  • #11
    Originally posted by athertek View Post
    The board itself works fine under linux. But, some of the components are not recognized by the linux kernel.

    Audio chip works but not very well !! The maximum audio volume is like 1/4 of that in windows and quality is sloppy.

    lmsensors could recognize only a few of the sensors and the readings are not very consistent !

    Yet, it is a lot better than before. Looks like linux developers are adding support to the exotic hardware albeit a bit slowly.

    Thanks for the input.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by athertek View Post
      The board itself works fine under linux. But, some of the components are not recognized by the linux kernel.

      Audio chip works but not very well !! The maximum audio volume is like 1/4 of that in windows and quality is sloppy.

      lmsensors could recognize only a few of the sensors and the readings are not very consistent !

      Yet, it is a lot better than before. Looks like linux developers are adding support to the exotic hardware albeit a bit slowly.

      Thanks for the input.

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