Re: Sleep on TiBook, getting Gnome sounds working
>> The param points to an u32 that will be set to 0 or 1 (or the ioctl
>> will return an error if not implemented).
>Thanks. BTW /proc/apm is broken on my Lombard (returns -1 for both
>timeleft and percentage), I'll look into that soonish.
That's weird. Make sure you get the latest tree. Also, does
proc/pmu/battery_0 (or _1) says anything relevant ?
I use the same PMU request for Lombard & Pismo, but I added
to the older pmud code some test for different possible
response formats. This may be broken.