David Zeuthen (david(a)fubar.dk) said:
That said.. I think acpid just needs to be removed from the
(acpid is fundamentally flawed in many ways) and for the time being
(e.g. until g-p-m will run when no-one is logged in) we could ship a
very small daemon to enforce policy for e.g. powerbutton presses. if
g-p-m is not running (could use a nasty trick to grep the process
list :-). It would of course listen to HAL events and if you write it in
python it would be something like 20-50 lines of code. This could live
in pm-utils. Bill?
Well, I'd suggest leaving it in until we have the full replacement.
It could be in the not-installed-by-default set, along with apmd.
How is the HAL/PM stack for apm these days, or is no one using