TOSHIBA Hard Drive Impact Sensor (3D sensor) and Linux
I'm considering buying a Toshiba notebook that has a TOSHIBA Hard Drive Impact Sensor (3D sensor).
I'll be running a desktop Linux distro on it like kubuntu, mint, or pclinux.
It says it's a combination of hardware and software and the CNET review of the model said it was a little too sensitive "out of the box".
Software comes with it to adjust the sensitivity, but I'm sure it's all Windows based.
Anybody have experience with one of these?
Does it play with Linux at all?
The last thing I want is for the disk to park itself during a write because I moved the notebook a little bit, etc..