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Accepted acpi-support 0.95-1 (source i386)

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Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 21:52:16 +0200
Source: acpi-support
Binary: acpi-support
Architecture: source i386
Version: 0.95-1
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Bart Samwel <bart@samwel.tk>
Changed-By: Raphael Hertzog <hertzog@debian.org>
 acpi-support - scripts for handling many ACPI events
Closes: 373659 389537 396897 407510 424752 425800 427128
 acpi-support (0.95-1) unstable; urgency=low
   [ Bart Samwel ]
   * New upstream versions (from Ubuntu Feisty and Gutsy).
     * 0.95: Clean up issues with toggling multiple wireless cards.
       - Move variable initiation into loop inside 'wireless.sh'
       - Move contents of 'wireless.sh' into lib/state-funcs:toggleAllWirelessState()
       - Update '{ibm,tosh,asus}-wireless.sh' to use state-funcs
     * 0.95: Remove spurious 'echo HERE' from lib/state-funcs.  D'oh.
     * 0.94: Save and restore values that the kernel does not preserve across
       suspend/resume and hibernate/resume:
       - /sys/class/net/eth*/device/rf_kill
       - /proc/acpi/ibm/bluetooth
       - /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_governor
     * 0.94: White list Lenovo ThinkPad Z60m as working suspend.
     * 0.93: Change 'wireless.sh' to use 'device/rf_kill' for wireless
       devices (if available) in preference to 'device/power/state' which
       has been removed by the upstream kernel developers.
     * 0.93: Teach 'lib/state-funcs:isAnyWirelessPoweredOn( )' to also check
       'device/rf_kill' if it's available.
     * 0.93: Change 'ibm-wireless.sh' to rotate wireless and bluetooth states
     * 0.93: Correct inverted logic in 'isAnyWirelessPoweredOn()'.
     * 0.93: Change script shebangs to use '/bin/sh' instead of '/bin/bash'.
     * 0.92: Add 'events/sony-eject' for Sony Vaio TX3.
   * Stop pretending to control laptop-mode-tools, which
     only works (and badly too) in the upstream Ubuntu version. The lmt
     package provides its own acpi bindings. Add reference in config file
     to laptop-mode-tools as a replacement for the current non-working
     configuration option. (Closes: #425800)
   * Change Recommends of laptop-mode-tools to Suggests. This should prevent
     automatic enabling of laptop mode for unsuspecting users, it should not
     be installed by default.
   * Check that acpi-support is still installed in script configuration files.
     (Closes: #424752)
   * Change order of PCI video state restoration so that it is always the last
     to be saved and the first to be restored. (Closes: #396897)
   * Only use ifup/ifdown for interfaces listed by /etc/network/run/ifstate.
     For other interfaces that are up, use "ifconfig down" to force them down,
     and restart network-manager and ifplugd after resume to bring them back up.
     (Closes: #373659)
   * Do not ifup/down "lo" and "dummy..." interfaces over suspend.
     (Closes: #427128)
   * Removed bash dependencies. (Note that this may break custom scripts in
     /etc/acpi that contain bashisms, as the scripts are sourced, not just
     executed.) (Closes: #407510)
   * Instead of only restoring the hardware clock on resume, stop and start the
     hwclock.sh service over suspend. (Closes: #389537)
   * Move radeontool call out of loop in lid.sh. (Mentioned in bug 391498, but
     does not solve the bug.)
   * Potential fix for "sometimes lid.sh doesn't work" bug. (Part of bug 391498,
     but not enough to close it.)
   * Bump up Debhelper compatibility level to 5.
   * Remove useless use of grep in asus-touchpad.sh.
   [ Raphael Hertzog ]
   * Mark Bart as Maintainer.
   * Put myself in Uploaders instead.
   * Sponsor upload for Bart. Change version to 0.95-1.
   * Manually remove (or move out of the way) old scripts in postint. Concerns:
     - /etc/acpi/suspend.d/80-video-pci-state.sh
     - /etc/acpi/resume.d/49-855-resolution-set.sh
     - /etc/acpi/resume.d/13-855-resolution-set.sh
     - /etc/modprobe.d/toshiba_acpi.modprobe
   * Documents policy for handling obsolete configuration files in
 c62a143f4e6cb7bb0122e6a2a0bdb21b 721 admin optional acpi-support_0.95-1.dsc
 19e7431420fe50b24114fca845010dfe 42016 admin optional acpi-support_0.95.orig.tar.gz
 b8f3b9d7ad5afcfa8ad539cedfba7d5e 10245 admin optional acpi-support_0.95-1.diff.gz
 1be2f86a8625efbda7e8c837139ea36b 36704 admin optional acpi-support_0.95-1_i386.deb

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