[Pm-utils] Why do we still ship hal-system-power-pmu / PMU support suboptimal in pm-utils
opensource at till.name
Tue Dec 4 04:38:49 PST 2007
On Di Dezember 4 2007, Sjoerd Simons wrote:
> But looking at the current reality. Debian and Suse's pm-utils are heavily
> patched to support uswsusp. Afaik the Ubuntu development branch currently
> uses Debians version. Looking at Doug's comment, gentoo also doesn't use a
> vanilla pm-utils (or maybe not at all, dunno). So yeah, of the major
> distros only fedora/RH use a vanilla pm-utils..
Fedora also patches pm-utils, everyone needs to use at least one patch imho.
There are 5 more patches in Fedora and some bug entries in Fedora Bugzilla
that require even more patches.
> It would good to see some rationale from people more knowledgable in the
> suspend area then myself, why they choose to go a specific way. And see if
> we can get some fresh air into pm-utils :)
> (On a related note, can it please switch from CVS to something people in
> this century actually like to use :))
I would help forking pm-utils, but I do not dare to do this by myself. I asked
for cvs commit access to help upstream, but nobody cared / read my mail or
bugzilla entry, so forking seems to be the only sane way. Unless you want to
abandon pm-utils, of course.
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