TuxMobil: Linux with Laptops, PDAs, Mobile Phones and Portable Computers
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Linux installation and configuration guides for Flora, VisionBook, VisionPlate laptops and notebooks made by Hitachi. 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.

Hitachi C100T [archived link]Slackware 
Hitachi E133T [archived link]LinuxKorean
Hitachi E133T [archived link]Linux 
Hitachi Flora 2? (PC-5NP01-9D5xxx)(http://pratyeka.org/hitachi/)Slackware 10.0 
Hitachi Flora 220TX NP4(http://www.geocities.jp/fred_b_maciel/crusoe/crusoe-e.html)RedHat 7.0J 
Hitachi Flora 220TX NP4(http://www.geocities.jp/fred_b_maciel/crusoe/crusoe-j.html)RedHat 7.0JJapanese
Hitachi Flora 220TX NP4 [archived link]LinuxJapanese
Hitachi M133T [archived link]Linux 
Hitachi MX166T [archived link]Linux 
Hitachi VisionBook [archived link]Linux 
Hitachi VisionBook Plus 5280(http://www.talug.org/howto/hitachi/index.html)RedHat 5.0 
Hitachi VisionBook 6930(http://www.cheesetoast.net/garinh/documents/hitachi6930.html)Linux 
Hitachi VisionBook Pro 7340 [archived link]Linux 
Hitachi VisionBook 7580(http://www.users.startplus.de/rawdlite/linux/myhitachi.html)Linux 
Hitachi VisionBook Pro 7000 [archived link]RedHat 5.1 
Hitachi VisionBook Pro 7650(http://www.merl.com/people/yerazunis/linux_on_hitachi.html)RedHat 4.2 
Hitachi VisionBook Pro 7775 [archived link]Linux 
Hitachi VisionBook Traveler(http://home.pages.de/~lufthans/unix/schlepptop/Hitachi.Traveler.html)Linux 
Hitachi VisionPlate(http://www.linuxjournal.com/article.php?sid=6793)Linux 

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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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