Le Wednesday 13 August 2008 00:18:48 Conny, vous avez écrit : > Gilles Mocellin skrev: > > Hello EeePC users, > > > > I've never seen my wireless key working. > > So, I investigate. > > > > Here's what I found: > > > > 1) There's only one key > > So, one code to handle by /etc/acpi/actions/hotkey.sh. > > /etc/acpi/actions/wireless.sh must be a toggle script. > > > > 2) The wifi hardware and led are enabled by hardware (like the > > brightness) With the "echo 1 > /proc/acpi/asus/wlan", I saw my wifi led > > disabled one or two seconds after having been light up. > > I simply remove them. [...] > > You may take a look here, you may need the eee-kernel also I think, but > give it a try. > > http://www.array.org/ubuntu/post-install.html#Hotkey_Support That's very close to what I did. Except for the "echo 1 in /proc/acpi/asus/wlan". Here, I think they are wrong, specialy with doing a modprobe ath_pci before echoing to /proc/acpi/asus/wlan... I'm happy with my modifications, I will make a bug report on eeepc-acpi-scripts.
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