On Mon, Oct 02, 2006 at 07:25:25PM -0400, David Zeuthen wrote:
Or... Alan... maybe your point was some variant of that boring
"New technology seems to land in GNOME only and is hard to access from
command line and other desktop environments". Not sure what to answer to
that, I think that has been adequately discussed earlier on this list
(see archives), and I'm not sure you can blame GNOME developers for them
being the only / first to take new technology and put a nice interface
to it. Or maybe that wasn't your point, in which case I apologize.
No what I meant was if I set properties in GNOME and then exit X, or
leave the laptop at gdm or in text mode to save power are the policy side
of things still running.
Ditto if I'm running Fedora + KDE or XFCE and have run the gnome tool to
set the power policy ?