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by marks
03/11/2009, 10:44
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Works on Ubuntu Karmic started
Replies: 22
Views: 7326

Re: Works on Ubuntu Karmic started

And now this morning it's working again, as far as I know nothing changed so maybe an intermittent problem.
by marks
02/11/2009, 22:16
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Works on Ubuntu Karmic started
Replies: 22
Views: 7326

Re: Works on Ubuntu Karmic started

It should, mine was working until I upgraded to Karmic and now it doesn't :( Hence the question.
by marks
02/11/2009, 18:32
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Works on Ubuntu Karmic started
Replies: 22
Views: 7326

Re: Works on Ubuntu Karmic started

Don't seem to have the battery Fn key working. Known problem?
by marks
02/11/2009, 12:15
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: HOWTO: Use the repository on K/Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.04
Replies: 147
Views: 187029

Re: HOWTO: Use the repository on K/Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala)

This is bug 419328, also raised upstream at Freedesktop.org

https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/419328
by marks
19/10/2009, 8:08
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Works on Ubuntu Karmic started
Replies: 22
Views: 7326

Re: Works on Ubuntu Karmic started

Right, I see. Well if GregKH is dealing with the backlight driver then I suspect it is only a matter of time before it ends up in the main kernel tree. I see your point about the wireless RFKILL switch, it really should map through to a command and not require the removal of the module and the rest ...
by marks
18/10/2009, 11:03
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Works on Ubuntu Karmic started
Replies: 22
Views: 7326

Re: Works on Ubuntu Karmic started

Do you plan to try and get the nc10-backlight package (and possibly the scripts as well) included in main at any time? It's great work that you're doing but it would be really good if everything could work "right" from the standard repositories.
by marks
17/06/2009, 14:14
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: HOWTO: NC10 scripts
Replies: 81
Views: 47532

RE: [NC10] New scripts, updated scripts and a general summary

I suspect that you're correct and the bluetooth radio is turned off, however leaving the kernel module in seems to cause the module to keep waking the CPU up from sleep states, which is what PowerTop is picking up.

As you say, removing the module isn't going to hurt.
by marks
13/06/2009, 15:56
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: HOWTO: NC10 scripts
Replies: 81
Views: 47532

RE: [NC10] New scripts, updated scripts and a general summary

Thanks for all the work on the scripts, really rounds out the experience of using the UNR on the N110. I have one little suggestion. Powertop shows the bluetooth module as still active after disabling the bluetooth with '/etc/init.d/bluetooth stop', adding an additional 'rmmod btusb' and a correspon...