hal vs acpid
arvidjaar at mail.ru
Thu Mar 27 20:47:31 PDT 2008
On Thursday 27 March 2008, Danny Kukawka wrote:
> On Donnerstag, 27. März 2008, Scott White wrote:
> > > On Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 11:35 AM, Scott White wrote:
> > >> But for the short term I am stuck with it and was wondering if anything
> > >> was being done about this issue. I don't have any gnome stuff, but I
> > >> will try kpowersave and see what it does.
> > >
> > > If you need to be on the console or just don't want to pull in
> > > gnome-power-manager or kpowersave, then you can try using ivman to
> > > listen for HAL events.
> > >
> > > http://ivman.sourceforge.net/
> > >
> > > It seems like it should be able to do what you're after.
> > Thanks I will look at it. I spend about 50% of my time at the command
> > prompt and 50% inside KDE.
> If you already use KPowersave, then I would propose you use also powersaved,
> which take automatically care about powermanagement if there is no KPowersave
> (as e.g. if the user isn't logged in or if there is no desktop running)
> instance running or if the user session get inactive.
> AFAIK powersave should also handle the power button in such cases.
I was under impression that (development of) powersave was dropped in favour
of kpowersave. Am I wrong?
How does powersaved knows that additional manager is started? What if user
starts g-p-m and not kpowersave - will it compete with powersaved for the
Or user starts ivman for that matter ...
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