Evo N620c
Hewlett Packard Company
30 Jun 2004

Tested and Approved with the following products:
Operating Systems:
  SUSE® Linux Desktop 1.0

Product Description
Evo N620c

Test Configuration
Product/Model:Evo N620c
CPU:Intel®  Pentium® M 1.60 GHz
Hard Disk Drive:Toshiba  MK6022GAX , UltraATA-100
Video Adapter:ATI®  Integrated MOBILITY™ RADEON™ 7500 (M7-CSP64)
BIOS:Compaq 68BAF Ver. F.07 (05/02/2003)
Computer Type:Laptop
Floppy Type:1.44
Mother Board Revision:Compaq 0824 8051 Version 19.1D
RAM:512 MB
Test Kit:SUSE Certification Suite

Adapters and Drivers
Broadcom®  Broadcom BCM570X NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet AdapterClient OS assigned NDIS driver

Config Notes
SLD 1.0 N620c implements ACPI and ia backward compatible with APM with restrictions. Kernelparameter "acpi=off" has to be used to work correctly with apm. Certification is only valid with this kernelparamter applied. Standby mode (apm -S) is supported on the N620c. Note: Sound is not restored upon wakeup from Standby. Note: Screen may flicker after waking up from the standby mode or after re-opening the lid. Suspend mode is not supported on the N620c. Internal modem not supported. IRDA is not supported. Terminal blanking has to be disabled. This can be achieved by applying "/usr/bin/setterm -blank 0" to /etc/init.d/boot.local.

The term Tested and Approved applies only to the exact configuration documented in this bulletin. Components including LAN adapters, host bus adapters and other individually Tested and Approved components may be exchanged for other Tested and Approved components. For more information on swapping Tested and Approved components, please access the following web page:


For more information regarding the specific test configuration, please contact:

Hewlett Packard Company

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