Fujitsu Lifebook AH550 is a nice and powerful notebook powered by Intel Core i3 processor generation. Here, you can download this AH550 drivers for Windows operating system. These are the official drivers from Fujitsu and special for Lifebook AH550 notebook.
Ubuntu Karmic Koala works well on my Fujitsu Lifebook S7110. Works out of the box: wireless, Ethernet, PCMCIA (my built-in USB is broken so I used a USB 2.0 PCMCIA card which worked flawlessly; also used PCMCIA for my Sierra Wireless AirCard 875), sound, V...
Greetings I have a Fujitsu lifebook N series in great shape with pentium 4 3 gighertz proccessor and 2 gigs of ram. I have installed Ubuntu 32 bit but it does NOT recognize the Lan card (realTek) or the wireless Card (Atheros). There are also reported System Errors to be reported but of course cannot. This is my first ever failure with any version of Ubuntu.
Fujitsu has a unique notebook product named Fujitsu Lifebook T5010. This notebook equipped with bi-directional display 13.3 inch. This notebook is powered by Intel Core 2 Duo processor. Another interesting feature is that this notebook is equipped with HSDPA/HSUPA 3G modem built in.
I installed Kubuntu 13.04 (64-bit) on my new Fujitsu LifeBook P1630, and added just a few packages:
First aptitude, then I did aptitude update && safe-upgrade, then xinput-calibrator (which seems to work, except that I have to run it again every time I restart the system), then gcc, make, build-essential, checkinstall, binutils, and linux-source.
I have a laptop of fujitsu siemens lifebook series with centrino duo 1.6 ghz processor and 2 GB ram and 20 GB hard drive so can I install ubunto 12.04 on this machine, plus I have two non encryptable drives showing on its My Computer and i want to remove them so do I have to remove them during installation, if yes, then how?