Gigabyte bios is updating ec firmware
A user reported that they could get better response from the touchpad with the following in their xorg.conf: Section "Input Class" Identifier "Synaptics Touchpad" Driver "synaptics" Match Is Touchpad "on" Match Device Path "/dev/input/event*" Driver "synaptics" # The next two values determine how much pressure one needs # for tapping, moving the cursor and other events.Option "Finger Low" "10" Option "Finger High" "15" # Do not emulate mouse buttons in the touchpad corners.Fortunately it is very easily replaced; just remove the card and install another one If your T60 is a 14.1" or 15.1" model with an ATI GPU, it won’t work with libreboot by default but you can replace the motherboard with another T60 motherboard that has an Intel GPU, and then libreboot should work.As far as I know, 14.1" (Intel GPU) and 15.1" (Intel GPU) T60 motherboards are the same, where ‘spacers’ are used on the 15.1" T60. The T60p laptops cannot be used with libreboot under any circumstances.It is believed that all models are compatible, listed here: Unbricking: this page shows disassembly guides and mono’s page (see #information-about-the-macbook21) shows the location of the SPI flash chip on the motherboard. No method is yet known for flashing in GNU Linux while the Apple firmware is running. There is an Apple laptop called the macbook2,1 from late 2006 or early 2007 that uses the same i945 chipset as the Think Pad X60 and Think Pad T60.You will need to disassemble the system and flash externally. A developer ported coreboot to their macbook2,1, and now libreboot can run on it.That being said, such a configuration is acceptable for use in a ‘headless’ server setup (with serial and/or ssh console as the display).There is an Apple laptop called the macbook1,1 from 2006 which uses the same i945 chipset as the Think Pad X60/T60.
Backups created using wget: How to boot an ISO: burn it to a CD (like you would normally) and hold down the Alt/Control key while booting.
You can remove an X61/X61s motherboard from the chassis and install an X60/X60s motherboard in its place (for flashing libreboot).
The chassis is mostly identical and the motherboards are the same shape/size. The X60 Tablet typically comes with an Intel wifi chipset which does not work at all without proprietary firmware, and while Lenovo BIOS is running the system will refuse to boot if you replace the card.
See: NOTE: this can only be done when you are using Lenovo BIOS. You can remove an X61/X61s motherboard from the chassis and install an X60/X60s motherboard in it’s place (for flashing libreboot).
How to update the EC firmware while running libreboot is unknown. The chassis is mostly identical and the motherboards are the same shape/size.
Search for gigabyte bios is updating ec firmware:
(it’s not actually Windows, but Apple likes to think that Apple and Microsoft are all that exist.) Now to install libreboot, follow ../install/#flashrom_macbook21. Unbricking: this page shows disassembly guides and mono’s page (see above) shows the location of the SPI flash chip on the motherboard. The first key on the right side of the spacebar is the Apple “command” key. Under root (or sudo) run and select the option “apple laptop”, leave other settings as their defaults until you are given the option “Use Keypad Enter as Alt Gr”. The keypad enter key will then act as an Alt Gr everywhere.