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Linux Laptop & Notebook Installation Guides: BenQ

Linux installation and configuration guides for JoyBook laptops and notebooks made by BenQ. Compatibility reports about running other Unix systems e.g. BSD, Solaris are welcome, too. And don't miss the resource section at the bottom, containing links to applications, tools, utilities, drivers, community portals, HOWTOs and FAQs. Have you written an installation tutorial yourself? Then please feel free to submit a new entry.



BenQ JoyBook 2100E v38Gentoo 
BenQ JoyBook 5000 [archived link]GentooGerman
BenQ JoyBook 5000U [archived link]Gentoo 
BenQ JoyBook 5100E [archived link]Novell/SuSE 9.2German
BenQ JoyBook 5100NNovell/SuSE 9.1German
BenQ JoyBook 5100U [PRINT]Novell/SuSE 9.1German
BenQ JoyBook 6000Server Optimized Linux 18.00 
BenQ JoyBook 6000 [archived link]Gentoo, OpenBSDItalian
BenQ JoyBook 7000 G10Novell/SuSE 9.3 
BenQ JoyBook 7000-S37Ubuntu KUbuntu 5.04 
BenQ JoyBook A32Debian 3.1 Sarge 
BenQ JoyBook A32Debian 3.1 SargeItalian
BenQ JoyBook P51Ubuntu 6.10, 7.04German
BenQ JoyBook R53Debian, Novell/SuSE 10.2, UbuntuGerman
BenQ Joybook S53SlackwareItalian
BenQ JoyBook S53W [PRINT]Novell/SuSE 10.1German
BenQ JoyBook S72 [archived link]Gentoo 
BenQ JoyBook S72 [archived link]Debian 3.1, Kanotix 
BenQ JoyBook S72 [archived link]Debian 3.1, KanotixGerman
BenQ JoyBook S73UDebian EtchGerman
BenQ JoyBook liteUbuntu 

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Resources

Original Equipment Manufacturer - OEM

If you are looking for drivers, software and service manuals for laptops and notebooks you may sometimes find similar models branded under a different name. Especially the FCC-ID can be helpful to detect the original manufacturer.








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