[Pm-utils] [PATCH] parse video quirks in uswsusp sleep module
tim at famdijkstra.org
Wed Mar 26 15:11:45 PDT 2008
Op Sun, 16 Mar 2008 21:37:28 -0500
schreef Victor Lowther <victor.lowther at gmail.com>:
> > Actually, I think the QUIRKS_NONE option has a slightly different
> > meaning: If no quirks are passed to pm-suspend, pm-suspend does not
> > know if that is a) because the machine doesn't require quirks
> > b) because the machine hasn't been tested yet.
> huh? In the case where hal is invoking pm-utils, I would think that
> it would simply not invoke pm-utils at all if the machine is not in
> the database.
I'm not following the discussion at all, but I accidentally read these
sentences and I had something to add.
--quirk-none was added on my instigation (maybe I added it myself now
I come to think of it) specifically to be able to distinguish ``I don't
know this machine'' from ``I DO know this machine, it needs no(ne)
quirks''. And --quirk-none would than be the latter. I needed this
distinction to be able to tell s3ram to not do any quirks, or to
try to use the internal whitelist in the case it was unknown to hal.
More information about the Pm-utils