hmacht at suse.de
Thu Mar 29 08:02:48 PDT 2007
On Tue 27. Mar - 16:40:12, Richard Hughes wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-03-27 at 17:26 +0200, Holger Macht wrote:
> > Ok, but than all the desktop people have to get involved and have to agree
> > on this. Because once this is defined, they have to provide the interface
> > functionality somewhere else if g-p-m or kpowersave are not running. On
> > every system, you always need a org.freedesktop.PowerManagement.Reboot, no
> > matter what.
> Yes. And that includes stuff like GDM and KDM learning how to export a
> session DBUS interface. This is what we are going to do with Fedora for
> > I currently just don't see a situation where this does not work and one
> > needs an additional information source.
> > > Again, we can punt this for now if you want; there are much more
> > > important things to decide on.
> > Yes, I would rather put it in the queue for now.
> Yes, Agreed. Can you have a look at
> and tell me if there are any funnies in that?
1. Shouldn't we add a "time until wakeup" argument to the suspend call? I
imagine a vcr application calling suspend with this argument to wakeup
and start recording. Yes, something we can add later on.
2. You are calling one section "compulsory basic interface". So in case
you don't have a real power management application such as g-p-m or
kpowersave on the desktop, but of course still need the shutdown and
reboot interfaces, someone else (the desktop base) has to implement all
of the others too? That seems unfeasible to me. Or am I getting
something wrong here?
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