Some Fn key combinations don't emit a key released event. A patch, that fixes the issue is available.
Originally Posted by Michael
With a patch to hal-info the corresponding keycodes will assigned and the keys will work.
Using Fn + ESC will suspend/hibernate the netbook twice. Maybe that is due to gnome-power-manager seeing the ACPI event and the keycode. Will test later if disabling one of them helps.
Gnome-power-manager does not warn me about low battery status. But I think that got patched in Ubuntu.
WiFi worked out of the box with Fedora 10. Maybe blacklisting ath_pci and ath_hal will work.
You could also try a more recent version of the ath5k driver following this guide. It helped me getting a better signal. But the speed is still stuck at 12Mbits. Will test the madwifi driver later.
$ lsmod | egrep "cfg80211|mac80211|ath5k"
ath5k 120332 0
mac80211 171824 1 ath5k
cfg80211 34840 2 ath5k,mac80211