Re: 1.5 power management, input events, wakeup events

2009-06-25 Thread Martin Langhoff
On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 9:56 PM, Daniel Draked...@laptop.org wrote: The end-user interface for those is unlikely to change much (if we do the ACPI tables right). And we will pay the performance cost of ACPI? It was an oft-repeated thing that ACPI was evil because of complexity and slowness in

Re: 1.5 power management, input events, wakeup events

2009-06-25 Thread Chris Ball
Hi, And we will pay the performance cost of ACPI? It was an oft-repeated thing that ACPI was evil because of complexity and slowness in the critical path to super smooth sleep-resume cycles. Were we overestimating the impact? Yes, I believe so. We may even find that the

Re: 1.5 power management, input events, wakeup events

2009-06-25 Thread Tomeu Vizoso
On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 15:49, Chris Ballc...@laptop.org wrote: Hi,   And we will pay the performance cost of ACPI? It was an   oft-repeated thing that ACPI was evil because of complexity and   slowness in the critical path to super smooth sleep-resume   cycles.   Were we

Re: 1.5 power management, input events, wakeup events

2009-06-25 Thread Chris Ball
Hi, Would that mean that gnome-power-manager and DeviceKit-power would work as-is on the XO-1.5? I don't think we'd want to run gnome-power-manager because it would attempt to do things like manage the backlight, which we want to do ourselves as part of aggressive suspend/resume. But it

Re: 1.5 power management, input events, wakeup events

2009-06-25 Thread Deepak Saxena
On Jun 25 2009, at 09:49, Chris Ball was caught saying: The complexity of implementation is real, but it turned out that Mitch had to do the work of adding ACPI tables for Windows anyway. Being able to suspend/resume on unmodified distro kernels (and not having to constantly maintain and

Create and sign Country specific XO image

2009-06-25 Thread Philipp Kocher
Hello Cambodia is getting 1000 new XOs very soon. This are the first ones with a Khmer keyboard. To make the installation process easier, I would like to create a country specific image based on build 802, which includes Khmer keyboard support, fonts, the newest language pack with software

Re: Create and sign Country specific XO image

2009-06-25 Thread Bryan Berry
Philip, talk to reuben caron about getting the image signed. Personally, i think you are better off unlocking your XO's and using and unsigned image. If you want to create a custom image, my best recommendation is that you contract Ties Stuij or someone at OLPC to do it for you. Reuben may or

Re: #9361 NORM 1.5-F11: drm not working

2009-06-25 Thread Harald Welte
Hi guys, i'm currently offline and I'm missing an appointment for writing this e-mail, thus no time to log into RT. you have a chrome9 system, please don't try to use it with the old DRM code in the kernel which is for chrome/unichrome. VIA has some out-of-mainlien chrome9 DRM driver, which