[Utnubu-discuss] ACPI Stuff
nomeata at debian.org
Fri Jul 29 20:34:29 UTC 2005
thank you for the suggestion. I just had a quick glance at the package,
it seems indeed a worthwhile addition to debian.
Is anyone interested in caring about this? This involves:
* Contact Thom May <thom at ubuntu.com>, maybe he would do the Debian
* If not (kind'a likely)
* get the source
* build it for debian (probably no modication needed)
* see if everything behaves as it should, especially stuff
like getXuser(), user interaction
* remove stuff that needs features we don't have (suspend2
comes to my might, but don't know exactly)
* get all that in the utnubu svn repository
* upload or ask for a upload on this mailing list
Interested? Please step up...
Am Freitag, den 29.07.2005, 22:13 +0200 schrieb Manfred Paul:
> Hi everybody,
> some weeks ago, after a fresh install of sarge on my t23 i figured out that there is no offical support for the
> acpi stuff in the 2.6 kernel. Ok acpi is enabled but not used the way how it may be used. So i checked what ubuntu
> does and i found a package called acpi-support which contains some very useful acpi scripts for suspend2ram or disk, lid
> or the ibm fn keys (an some other laptop keys). I know that debian does not support the supend2disk feature of kernel 2.6.
> But I know that the suspend2 patch is available for debian.
> So what do you think, is porting of some laptop stuff to debian needed, nice to have or ...
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