BonP4

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Overview

Dishing out the power is the new System76 Bonobo Professional. Completely redesigned inside and out, the new Bonobo now offers lightning fast Intel Core i5 or i7 CPUs, optional second hard drive, and the new Nvidia GeForce GTX 460M (with an optional GTX 470M upgrade). Combined with up to 8 GB of DDR3 RAM and SuperSpeed USB 3.0 storage technology, this machine makes the ultimate portable replacement for any desktop PC.


This article includes technical information for the Bonbobo Professional (model BonP4). For technical information including pricing and available options, please see the product page here.


Welcome Manual

Bonobo Professional 4 Welcome Manual


System76 Driver

Capabilities Added by System76 Driver
Ubuntu Version BonP4
10.10 Restore, Suspend
11.04 Restore
11.10 Restore
12.04 LTS Restore, Fingerprint Reader
12.10 Restore, Fingerprint Reader


Touchpad Configuration

The Bonobo Professional includes a Sentelic Multitouch Touchpad. Ubuntu 10.04 does not include a configuration utility for this touchpad. Scrolling, tap to click, and touchpad On/Off all work with a configuration utility. If you prefer more fine grained control, the following directions describe how to install Sentelic's configuration utility. Multitouch capabilities are not expected to work until a later Ubuntu release.

Download the Sentelic Configuration Utility

File:Fspc 1.0.1 i386.deb

File:Fspc 1.0.1 amd64.deb

Double click the downloaded file to install.

Configure Sentelic to Store Settings After a Reboot

Open a terminal from Applications > Accessories > Terminal. Copy and paste the following commands.

mkdir ~/.fspc
cd ~/.fspc
gedit fspc.ini &

Paste the following lines into the file. The settings in file will be loaded each time you start your laptop. 0 = Off and 1 = On. For Acceleration choose a value between 1 and 10.

EnableOnPadClick=1
EnableVScr=1
EnableHScr=1
Acceleration=2

Copy and paste the following line into your terminal.

gksudo gedit /usr/bin/start-touchpad &

Paste the following lines into the file then save and close.

#! /bin/bash
sudo fspc -t -l ~/.fspc/fspc.ini

Copy and paste the following line into your terminal.

sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/start-touchpad
sudo visudo

Paste the following line to the bottom of the file and CHANGE [username] to your username. Then save and close.

[username] ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/fspc


Go to System > Preferences >Startup Applications). Add a new program with the following settings.
NAME: Sentelic Configuration
COMMAND: start-touchpad
COMMENTARY: Loads touchpad configuration on boot


Add a Menu Entry for the Sentellic Configuration GUI

The GUI can be used for temporarily adjusting the touchpad settings. These settings revert to the settings in the above mentioned file upon reboot.

Go to System > Preferences > Main Menu
On the left side click Preferences (Under the "System" heading)
Click the "New Item" button and use the following settings


Type: Application
Name: Sentellic Touchpad Configuration
Command: gksu fspc
Comment: GUI to configure Sentellic touchpads


Windows Drivers

System76 computers include all of the drivers required for Ubuntu Linux. Windows drivers are available for customers requiring dual boot or virtualization. System76 does not provide support for Microsoft Windows.

Add MS Windows to Your System76 Machine

System76 provides drivers for 64-bit editions of Windows 7 only. For 32-bit or Vista drivers, please contact a support technician.


Brand New - Windows Drivers Coming Soon!

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