On Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 05:34:56PM +0800, Keng-Yu Lin wrote: > "rfkill" package in the archive is just a simple utility for switch > on/off the RF device. > urfkill handles the hotkeys (KEY_WLAN, KEY_BLUETOOTH, KEY_RFKILL, etc) > and can be configurable to behave differently on the key pressed. > Say, one may like the bluetooth to be switched off too on KEY_WLAN, > whereas in fact KEY_WLAN is for Wifi only, at least literally. I believe you could achieve the same effect using a combination of triggerhappy and the aforementioned rfkill, and I don’t like the idea of having a special daemon running to handle a subset of the special keys when there’s a more general solution to the problem already in the archive. That said, urfkill might have advantages I don’t see. -- Andrea Bolognani <email@example.com> Resistance is futile, you will be garbage collected.
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