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Toshiba Satellite 1110 (UK)

Works out of box, little configuration required.

Display: Works straight away as "LCD Panel 1024x768"
Graphics Card: Works straight away as "ATI Radeon Mobility M6"
Keyboard: Works straight away
Touchpad: Works straight away
Hard Disk: Works straight away
Ethernet: Works straight away (Realtek 8139/8139C/8139C+)
Modem: Untested
Power Management/Support: ACPI. Poweroff supported
Sound: Works straight away (Onboard Intel AC'97 Audio Controller (module snd-intel8x0))
PCMCIA: Works straight away (yenta_socket)
CD-ROM and Floppy Disk: Both work straight away
I/O Ports: All work straight away

Toshiba Satellite A305/S6905 (USA)

Works out of box, little configuration required.

Display: Supports native resolution 1200x800 LCD Panel; VGA supports external display resolution, so far tested WXGA+ display 1440 x 900p (Phillips 19PFL4322 LCD) and 1920x1080 (LG) whitout artifacts.
Keyboard: Works straight away, enven with switched layouts.
Touchpad: works straight away, tapping enabled, and scrolling.
Hard Disk: Swap, Ext3 and Ext4 works. HDDTEMP package read HDD temperature probe.
Ethernet: Not tested.
Wireless Ethernet: Intel Wireless WiFi Link 5100 (IEEE 802.11abgn) supported out of the box. You can also use Airmon-ng package form Aircrack-ng tools to inject packages.
Modem: Not tested.
Power Management/support: Works but with some configuration needed. The Fan does not work properly out of the box and processors may reach VERY (85°C) high temperatures. You'll need to enable acpi by typing acpi=on at the end of the root line (e.g. root=UUID=831acd6d-80f3-4b3a-8c28-7ef3f8e9a643 rhgb quiet acpi=on) on grub.conf; run lm_sensors (type "$ sensors" and follow instructions to enable probes, accept all defaults) in console to start probes readings.
Sound: Works out of the box.
PCMCIA: I don't know what it means.
CD-ROM: Works straight away. So for I can not use LabelFlash (TM) but I really don't need it. It reaches top speeds for reading and writing CDs and DVDs. I have not found the silencer driver, but I don't mind using it.
Floppy: N/A, who uses that?
IEEE 1394 (Firewire 400): Not tested yet.
SD Host Controller: Works out of the box.
e-SATA: Not tested yet.