Re: LEDs, gnome-power-manager, and ThinkPads
Nate Bargmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I gave up on the "one size fits all" power management utilities for my
> T23 and went back to my scripts. I did learn enough that I retained
> the uswsusp package and use its s2disk utility. I also use powernowd
> and KDE's battery monitor.
> My script is 100% reliable suspending to RAM while the various other
> utilities were not. I do think that the T23 is old enough that it
> doesn't support ACPI all that well even with BIOS updates. So my
> manual scripts work well with it.
Thanks for the feedback. Under APM, I had custom scripts as well (see
http://www.newt.com/debian/thinkpad-t40p/), but I find that now under
ACPI I'm really close to not having to maintain that stuff myself.
Maybe I should submit feature request to the hal package...
Bill Wohler <email@example.com> http://www.newt.com/wohler/ GnuPG ID:610BD9AD