I discussed with someone else in an IRC channel that actually I have to
use acpid for laptop-mode-tools if I want to have settings changed when
I plug in AC.
Well, actually there is no need of acpid for this. A simply shell script
can do the same:
while read event; do
case "$event" in
/usr/sbin/laptop_mode auto > /dev/null 2>&1
done < /proc/acpi/event
So I put this script unter /usr/sbin (or something else, whatever) and
start it in laptop-mode-tools initscript. Works perfectly and so I don't
need acpid just for this little thing.
Anyway isn't acpid a bit much for such simple things? I thought maybe
somene else could find this useful, so I post this to you
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