Sunday, July 16, 2006

Linux on the Dell XPS m1210

I finally got the new laptop and managed to get Linux running on it. I did have my share of battles with getting Linux working on this Laptop. I wanted to try out Ubuntu badly after hearing such glorious reviews and the whole FOSS community going ooh-ahhh over it. Well sadly, I couldn't get it to install!


Here's how the Ubuntu saga went, I downloaded the ISO from the website, burnt it and booted off the laptop's CD-ROM, it gave the boot-choice-screen and I selected the default installation method. Everything went well till it tried to bring up GDM at which point it stalled and I had to reboot. I tried another time, this time it started X and stalled again. Frustrated I got an old Oct 2004 Debian-testing CD and did a minimal installation. Everything went perfectly. Thank you Debian!


After a dist-upgrade to etch and getting X working using the vesa X.org driver I managed to install most of the packages which I require, GNOME, gVim , Firefox. The kernel, hal and DBUS were installed from debian-unstable as it's better to have the latest versions of these packages. ACPI events were handled very well by the acpid daemonand battery information is available from gnome-power-manager. cpufreqd was setup to control CPU frequency scaling and I even managed to test out the VGA out capability of the laptop. I also got the nvidia driver working from the nvidia.com website.


So, here's a run down of what works and what doesn't on the Dell XPS m1210.

Works

  • ACPI - works through acpid
  • Bluetooth - works with kde-bluetooth. Debian does not have gnome-bluetooth.
  • CPU frequency scaling - works with cpufreqd.
  • Nvidia Go 7400 - works with the latest nvidia drivers. I installed them through the nvidia-installer and not the Debian way.
  • Touchpad - Debian identified it as a regular mouse. However installing the xserver-xorg-input-synaptics package and using the "synaptics" driver in X.org works fine.
  • USB - works , it identified my MS wireless Optical mouse under /dev/input/mice
  • Sound - ALSA works with the Intel HD audio driver. Some problem with the volume though, the main volume control seems to be the headphone , haven't poked around much, I'm just glad it works.
  • Multimedia Keys - works with lineakd.

Doesn't Work

  • Ricoh Card Reader - Tried with my Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo in a Memory Stick adaptor and it doesn't work. Havent tried with SD or MMC but other m1210 owners have said that SD works with the Ubuntu kernel. The drivers for the Ricoh card reader are available in mainline 2.6.17. If anyone has success with MS Duo please let me know.
  • Suspend to * - The system goes to sleep but fails to wake up. Suspend to ram was tested with s2ram.

Not Tested

  • Wireless - seems to use the ipw3945 drivers. Haven't poked around much.


Coming back to Ubuntu, I got a Dapper CD from a friend at work and tried to install it on the laptop, this time the gods favoured me and I managed to clear the GDM screen and see the desktop. Clicking on the "Install" icon started the installer and I managed to get to the partition manager. gParted is so better nowdays, it mimicks Partition Manager so well and is a pleasure to use. Resizing existing partitions is a breeze. I allocated around 5 GB for Ubuntu and clicked "Next". This started a "universal progress bar" which seemed to be doing everything.. formatting partitions, copying files etc. Unfortunately it stalled at 43% and I had to give up. Oh! it even managed to screw up my Windows NTFS partition, no problem though, I wasn't going to use it anyway. The only info I could mange to get were some bad I/O messages on the sr0 device (cd-rom). I didn't investigate further. Will try Ubuntu when Eft comes out.


General Info on the m1210

It's an excellent laptop as in it allows you to carry around a lot of power for a reasonable price. It looks pedestrian compared to an Apple MacBook or a Sony Vaio SZ but considering the value for money factor the m1210 is better than the SZ. Build quality is rock solid, it feels monolithic with nothing dangling or "squeezable". The LCD is sharp and bright. Controlling the LCD brightness works with the Fn keys in Linux. I have the 9-cell battery and batter life lasted around 5-5.5 hours(without wi-fi) which is pretty good. The keypad has good sturdy full-sized keys. The touchpad seems a bit small but is workable. I use the wireless mouse anyways. the 12.1 screen is readable, I was worried I might have to squint to read text, but it didn't turn out bad at all, the sharpness of the screen is amazing. It reflects everything though so I would say it's going to be tough reading in daylight. All in all a good laptop to have around if you are a semi-frequent traveller.


4 out of 5 stars

The Dell XPS m1210 is a great laptop

Reviewer: Toufeeq Hussain - July 16, 2006

The Dell XPS m1210 is one of the best Core Duo based laptops in the marker. It has solid build quality coupled with some amazing performance features and is fully customizable to the core.


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46 Comments:

At 8:24 AM, July 17, 2006, Anonymous nigel cockroach said...

still as ugly as a witch who has let herself go and ate all the pies though

 
At 12:16 PM, July 18, 2006, Blogger Roozbeh said...

Thank you! I was waiting for this post for a long time now! :) Your first post on this machine gave me the last push to order one for myself. According to Dell mine is in production now. I will install SuSE on it; I hope it goes well.

Anyways, thanks. You have a friendly and informative weblog.

 
At 12:39 PM, July 18, 2006, Anonymous Bryan O'Sullivan said...

I just got an XPS M1210, and have had a good experience with Fedora on it.

 
At 11:46 PM, July 24, 2006, Blogger Lucho said...

Hi!
Thanks for this post. I want to by this laptop and i'm wondering if you can copy&paste your lspci. Another thing that I want to know, which was the kernel that you installed, and if you could install lm_sensors to manage the temperature of the laptop?
thanks!

 
At 12:08 PM, July 25, 2006, Blogger Toufeeq said...

Lucho,

can you give me your e-mail so that I can mail in the lspci details ?

I currently use ACPI and cpudyn to monitor the temperature and CPU frequency. the i8k module is also of importance here. There are gnome applets which can read from the /proc/i8k file and output temperature and fan speed.

 
At 6:34 PM, July 26, 2006, Blogger Lucho said...

hi!
you can e-mail me to: baires.lrossi@gmail.com
thanks for the temperature comments!

 
At 12:55 AM, August 06, 2006, Anonymous Daniel said...

I have the same machine without the gpu, installed Fedora Core 5 without issues. Wifi works fine too!
Just finding how to tell xorg.conf with the 915resolution help to modify resolution to 1280 x 800. If somebody could help!
Thanks!

 
At 3:09 PM, August 06, 2006, Blogger Toufeeq said...

Daniel,

Get in touch with bryan, he runs FC5. If you want my Debian X.org's conf file, let me know

 
At 6:22 AM, August 07, 2006, Anonymous Daniel said...

Toufeeq,

Thanks for the reply.
I just installed the FC6 test 2 and WOW! Amazing nice looking now. I just need to configure the wifi card.

Thanks again!
Daniel

 
At 3:04 PM, September 23, 2006, Anonymous Lewis said...

Cheers for the site, helped me with my Slackware install on the XPS 1210

 
At 2:03 AM, September 26, 2006, Anonymous jgb said...

Thanks for posting this to your blog!

On my new M1210 FC6T3 + updates installed just fine. I had to build the ipw3945 drivers manually. Since the ieee80211 API version number is apparently formatted differently in current FC6 kernels, I had to '#define IEEE80211_API_VERSION 2' in ipw3945.c to get it to build without error. After doing that it builds and modprobes flawlessly.

I do have to load the /sbin/ipw3945d in rc.local. Despite it being referenced in /etc/modprobe.d it is not automatically loaded at boot time. The ipw3945 module is, but not the daemon, though a manual 'modprobe ipw3945' does cause the daemon to start. I have a suspicion something in /sbin/init.d/network is insmodding instead of modprobing, but haven't looked into it.

Using the nVidia beta drivers, I have Compiz working, but it does lock the X server occasionally. It's pretty stable without compiz though. During the 15 minutes compiz does run, it's very impressive, and the water effects even work.

Right now it looks as if the bluetooth is not working in Gnome and I'm not sure why. lsusb shows the Bluetooth transceiver, though. The flash card reader is seen by the kernel, but I have not tested as of yet.

I'll update here if I get either working.

 
At 9:56 AM, September 26, 2006, Blogger Toufeeq said...

I haven't tested Gnome-bluetooth yet cause the package was not available in Debian. But bluetooth works well with Kbluetoothd, I was able to transfer files between the laptop and my mobile phone (Sony Ericsson k750i).

 
At 7:09 PM, October 07, 2006, Anonymous jazzman.jp said...

Thank you for the post. I was worrying if Dell XPS M1210 works well with Linux. The post pushes me to buy one!

 
At 8:13 AM, October 09, 2006, Blogger lam8 said...

Great post! I have a quick question... Does the integrated camera works under Linux??

 
At 11:40 AM, October 09, 2006, Blogger Toufeeq said...

@lam8

My laptop-model does not have the integrated webcam, but I hear it works well uner Linux.

 
At 8:44 AM, October 13, 2006, Anonymous jgb said...

An update on my previous post:

My m1210 had been plagued by spurious repeated keystrokes, intermittent kernel errors regarding the touchpad ps/2 device losing sync and complaints about lost ticks.

Since all this stuff seemed to point to an unstable timesource, and I saw that my kernel was choosing to use the TSC register as a source of time, I added the kernel command line option 'notsc'. I can see that the kernel is no longer using the TSC, and it appears this has resolved my problem. The clock is much more stable, according to ntpd, and I no longer get the touchpad sync errors , or the spurious key repeats.

How I'm determining the timesource in use: 'dmesg | grep time.c'

With notsc I see this output:

time.c: Using 3.579545 MHz WALL PM GTOD PM timer.

It looks like my kernel is now using the pmtimer.

Does this work for any of yall?

I'm running FC6test3 + updates to latest.

 
At 10:47 AM, October 13, 2006, Blogger Toufeeq said...

jgb,

I'm not sure what problem you are facing. But one of my friends who has a m1210 had some problem related to the BIOS. You can read about it here: http://g33k.wordpress.com/2006/08/10/honey-i-screwed-up-your-laptop/

Hope that helps. :)

 
At 3:42 PM, November 08, 2006, Anonymous mike said...

Thanks, jgb, for the 'notsc' solution. It fixed a number of very confusing problems I was encoutering with my 1705, including X jamming and repeated, spurious kestrokes.

I'm certainly thankful that there are genuine experts like you out there posting this stuff because I don't think I'd have ever figured that one out on my own!

 
At 10:25 PM, December 24, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am experiencing a strage problem with Kubuntu edgy (AMD64) installed (on USB disk)on xps1210.

Whenever there is a switch from batt to mains or mains to batt power, the system freezes, no alternate screen even.

Have not seen this behaviour in windows or kubuntu live.

Any help is welcome.

System: 1.86GHz (T5600)
1GB RAM
120GB HDD
No Nvidia graphics

Thanks,

Nandu

 
At 5:48 PM, February 02, 2007, Blogger Patrick O'Sullivan said...

Hi Topa and other Folks,

I installed ubuntu (6.06 or 6.10) and had not a single problem. It is stable, the only thing I'm still working on is wireless. If any one can help here please

 
At 4:37 PM, February 06, 2007, Anonymous Richard DL said...

I have just got the new line of XPS M1210, the card slot works with SD, PRO DUO, and got it to work with MMC.

this baby is a flyer with core 2 duo. SEXY BEAST

 
At 7:21 PM, February 07, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You can install gnome Network-Manager from the respitory... The wireless card will work. I did it on my M1210.

once you install it just give it a reboot, the little computer icon will appear on the bottom next to the clock. Once you click on it, it will show you available AP's.

 
At 7:46 AM, February 15, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am using Windows Vista Ultimate on it. No problems so far. The OS is rock solid and fast. The UI is responsive and pretty. And all of my software works. Give it Vista and enjoy a superior computing experience!

 
At 10:09 AM, February 18, 2007, Blogger Derek said...

Why waste a perfectly good machine like that by putting Vista on it? I'm intending on getting one and running Slackware as my desktop on it, looks like a great travel notebook!

 
At 12:32 PM, February 18, 2007, Blogger Toufeeq said...

Derek,
Excellent choice.

 
At 5:34 AM, March 21, 2007, Anonymous ulf said...

hi
thank you for this blog. I am a newbi in Sweden. I have installed fedora core 6 on my xps m1210. I have the same problem that you described, my main volyme controll shows only the microphone. I am using alsa. I do not have any sound with real player now, even though I have done everything I can find on the net. the sound works great in vlc, but not in rhytmbox. I might have messed things up, because I wanted to uninstall things with yumex, for instans, to uninstall alsa and install it again, things like that I tryed. problem was that I also uninstalled gnome! shit happens! A friend helped me back, but now I have the old problem with sound.

 
At 12:50 AM, March 22, 2007, Blogger RPG said...

In response to "Nandu's" comment, I am running Mandriva and have been having the same power issues with connecting and disconnecting the AC adapter. Whenever I do that, my 1210 locks up. I wonder whether the notsc might help. Will see...

 
At 12:49 AM, April 21, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I now have the M1210 on order ... 2.3 Dual Core, 4GB 667Mhz Ram, 160GB HDD 7200rpm ... Think that's enough hardware to run the latest Fiesty Fawn? :o)

I had the old 700m and loved the size and power.

tt

 
At 7:44 PM, April 22, 2007, Blogger yegle said...

IMPORTANT!

the integrated camera works fine under UBUNTU feisty,but the Ekiga doesn't work fine with it.I tried amsn,and it works fine!

when I run the Live CD ,Ekiga works fine with the camera,but after I installed some essential softwares,Ekiga failed to load the driver.

 
At 9:03 AM, May 16, 2007, Anonymous Anshoo Arora said...

Fedora works flawlessly on my M1210. My friend is running Vista Ultimate on hers and everything seems fine. It's just the under-average graphics that turn me off as Vista is highly graphics intensive.

 
At 12:04 AM, August 04, 2007, Blogger Ariel said...

I just got some days ago a XPS m1210, i bought this computer for one of us employees, but i choose it like it was for me.

I actually use a IBM Thinkpad T42, with debian etch, i like a lot Debian, so i was thinking in install Debian to the Dell XPS m1210.

After a lot of thinking i decide to try Ubuntu 7.04 "feisty".

What is important about the installation were the problems with the partitions that came with the computer, one for Dell Utility, about 49Mb, One for windows XP, another extended one for Dell Media Direct (extended, 2GB) and another for Dell rescue (Ghost image, 3GB primary).

Before install Ubuntu i made a full backup with systemrescue CD, partimage of all the partitions, the MBR and the information about the partition table in order to rescue all the factory default.

After the backup i try to restore all and the restore was fine.

So i was experimenting resizing, deleting, etc the partitions, i wanted to maintain the Media Direct functionality.

I decide to delete the Restore partition (the one with the ghost image), so what i did was:

Deleted all the partitions except the Dell utility one and the Windows XP.

Resized the Windows XP partition to half the original size.

Create a extended partition and 2 logical partitions, one Ext3 and another one for swap. (leaving 1.5 Gb of unpartitioned space).

Boot on Windows XP and restore the Media Direct partition, with the Media Direct Reinstallation CD for the Dell 6400 and 640m (downloaded it with amule). It uses the unpartitioned space and creates a D7 type partition, that in fact is an NTFS partition.

Installed Ubuntu on the Ext3 logical partition, installing the MBR on the first partiton hd0,0.

Before restart the computer, after the Ubuntu installation, i change the partition type from D7 to NTFS 07 of the Media Direct partition, using cfdisk (cfdisk /dev/sda) this is needed in order to properly boot the Media Direct Windows.

Ubuntu detects the Windows XP and the Media Direct Windows (Embedded).

When one install the MBR on the hd0,0 partition, we are overwriting the original Dell MBR or well, the MBR that Media Direct reinstallation CD installs.

Now, when i press the media direct button or the power button it boots with grub, showing all the operating systems intalled: Ubuntu, Windows XP and Windows Embedded (Media Direct), all of them working .

I did a lot of tests before the above installation, resizing partitions, restoring the original Media Direct partition on extended and primary partitions, etc. etc.

The above configuration was the one that better worked for me, in my opinion.

One of the things i wanna try is restore the backup image of the original Media Direct partition on the partition created with the Reinstallation CD, i think the original one was version 3 and the one installed with the reinstallation CD is version 2.

An important note is that after the media direct reinstallation step, we must edit the boot.ini of the Windows XP embedded (MD) in order to properly reflect the real entry on the MBR for this OS. For default the Media Direct reinstallation CD configures the boot.ini to search for the entry number 4, we must change this entry to 3, supposing that we have 3 primary partitions: Dell Utility, Windows XP and Windows Embedded (MD) and 2 logical ones an Ext3 and a swap partition.

The Dell Media Direct partition is the las primary one, sda4 in this case.

So, the entry on the boot.ini file of the MD partition should be:

[boot loader]
timeout=0
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(3)\WINDOWS
[operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(3)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Embedded.... etc etc"
tdetect /KERNEL=NTOSBOOT.EXE /maxmem=256

To edit the boot.ini file we can use the system rescue CD, mounting the partition with the ntfs3g or booting with an external usb floppy drive using a windows98 boot floppy and editing the boot.ini with the editbini utility.

I hope this information helps, excuse me for my bad english.

-Ariel

 
At 12:20 PM, August 04, 2007, Blogger Toufeeq said...

Thank Ariel. That was quite comprehensive information.

 
At 1:38 PM, August 26, 2007, Anonymous Bill said...

I have another guide for the Dell XPS M1210 which you can view here.

 
At 3:43 AM, November 05, 2007, Anonymous oh2bamonkey said...

Just finished installed Ubuntu 7.10 on my XPS m1210 installed with 2GB RAM.
After reading Ariel's post I decided I wanted to get rid of the Direct Media partition and keep the other 3.
After booting from the Ubuntu CD, I removed the Media Direct partition and resized my Vista c: partition to take 8GB out of it (and have 10Gb total free).
First time I rebooted Vista, it repaired the NTFS tables and after another reboot was fine.
Installed Ubuntu with manual partition configuration creating 3GB SWAP and 7GB /.
Once up and running accepted the NVIDIA driver and bluetooth needed gnome-vfs-obexftp the rest worked, including wireless, card reader, ethernet,

 
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At 10:55 AM, October 16, 2008, Anonymous StarCruiser said...

To my badluck, while visiting Dubai in April 2007, I purchased a brand new packed DELL XPS 1210 at a high premium price! but in about a year's time, my NoteBook has absolutely stopped functioning.

The problems are:
- Battery is completely dead (It does not charge and the computer has been running on AC power since last three months)
- The Screen had developed two lines since 3 months of purchase of NoteBook
- Now the Screen is totally blanked out (BLACK) and NoteBook was being only running on an external LCD.
- However since two (2) weeks, even this has stopped working
- And I have got blue screen with message “HARDWARE MEMORY ERROR”, contact manufacturer.

I am unable to access my very valueable office and private data. This DELL NOTEBOOK has become completely OUT OF ORDER in about a year’s time. I only wonder, is this the quality of a world renowned machine?

I had my note book inspected by the distributor Shahnawaz (Dell Distributor and Service Center in Pakistan) , who informed that the motherboard is faulty, screen is faulty and battery is dead!! I have purchased this expensive Notebook on 10th April 2007 and in approx one year the note book is finished, not useable? All my investment in the DELL brand has gone wasted?

What should I do now, throw the expensive notebook in trash can and buy a new DELL Notebook?

Can somebody comment or help me out?

 
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At 1:10 PM, March 06, 2010, Anonymous creativesumant said...

The Nvidia GeForce Go 7400 TurboCache which is included with the XPS M1210 can function with both the nv module included with Xorg and the Nvidia's proprietary module. For OpenGL support you will need to use the proprietary module.

Some cheaper models of the Dell XPS M1210 include the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950. This has not yet been tested but it has been reported to work with the 915resolution tool.

You can use the Linux UVC module to get the webcam working with the M1210. However this module is experimental and quality isn't great at the moment. I could only get a black and white picture from the camera.

Recently I just came across a good article on "Linux"
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