I wrote some simple script to automate building kernels for Zenbook laptops.
It downloads and apply Bluetooth patch, RC6 patch, Sentelic drivers, fixes DSDT table, and helps doing compilation of all of that.
Hope it’s going to be helpful for someone.
Here it goes. Should work on most Debian based distros, but as usual. There is NO warranty
Doh.. I thought it’s end of problems.
Seems ACPI stuff only reduced unexpected shutdowns but didn’t eliminate them.
With the latest changes in driver for Sentelic touchpad I’m eventually able to use two-finger scrolling, and disable touchpad while typing.
Middle-button emulation and on pad click & drag doesn’t work yet, though. Edge scrolling either.
Anyway it starts to be really usable and there is some progress to merge this driver with mainline kernel.
I believe last time I was compiling kernel was around 2.4.18 and only because at that time I was maintaining router for some network and needed some special iptables extensions. Happily it hasn’t changed too much since then and I can compile 3.2.1 without problem