I recently ordered a few Tuxedo Pulse 14 Laptops for my lab. They come with a customized Ubuntu installation, alas we are Debian people.
Here is what needs to be done to get everything working:
Install debian bullseye.
enable non-free repository in /etc/apt/sources.lst
apt install firmware-realtek firmware-iwlwifi firmware-amd-graphics
This should get wifi working correctly. All is peachy, however we still suffer from jerky touchpad and a kernel bug which (sometimes) results in black screen after resuming from standby.
To fix this we need to add kernel parameters:
sudo vi /etc/default/grub
add the following to
i8042.reset i8042.nomux i8042.nopnp i8042.noloop
(taken from the Tuxedo help pages !)+
e voila ! Now touchpad and resume works reliably.