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Old 01-09-2008, 07:10 PM
Nicolas Antonio Corrarello
 
Default thinkpad-acpi upstream version?

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Hi there,
Maybe I still don't get how upstream works, but I found that the latest
thinkpad-acpi version is 0.19, still Fedora's latest kernel has
[root@localhost ibm]# cat driver
driver: ThinkPad ACPI Extras
version: 0.16

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Old 01-09-2008, 11:41 PM
"Christopher Brown"
 
Default thinkpad-acpi upstream version?

On 09/01/2008, Nicolas Antonio Corrarello <ncorrare@fedoraproject.org> wrote:
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> Hi there,
> Maybe I still don't get how upstream works, but I found that the latest
> thinkpad-acpi version is 0.19, still Fedora's latest kernel has
> [root@localhost ibm]# cat driver
> driver: ThinkPad ACPI Extras
> version: 0.16

Its built as an in-kernel module so 2.6.23 == 0.16, 2.6.24 == 0.17 and
I guess 2.6.25 == 0.19.

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Old 01-10-2008, 05:25 PM
Jarod Wilson
 
Default thinkpad-acpi upstream version?

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Christopher Brown wrote:
> On 09/01/2008, Nicolas Antonio Corrarello <ncorrare@fedoraproject.org> wrote:
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>> Hi there,
>> Maybe I still don't get how upstream works, but I found that the latest
>> thinkpad-acpi version is 0.19, still Fedora's latest kernel has
>> [root@localhost ibm]# cat driver
>> driver: ThinkPad ACPI Extras
>> version: 0.16
>
> Its built as an in-kernel module so 2.6.23 == 0.16, 2.6.24 == 0.17 and
> I guess 2.6.25 == 0.19.

And if there's a particular problem with thinkpad-acpi you're encountering
that is fixed by a later version, file a bug where you describe the problem,
point to the fix, etc, and someone might be willing to backport the fix to the
latest released kernel. I might even be willing to give it a go as a newly
minted member of the ThinkPad community... (just got a T61)


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Old 01-10-2008, 05:34 PM
Nicolas Antonio Corrarello
 
Default thinkpad-acpi upstream version?

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Maybe you're in the same condition as I am (Also T61 user, great
machine)... Can't make the volume
up/down keys to work, and I can't change the volume through
/proc/acpi/ibm/volume. I'll se if this is solved in the thinkpad-acpi
changelog and file a bug...
Jarod Wilson wrote:
> Christopher Brown wrote:
>> On 09/01/2008, Nicolas Antonio Corrarello <ncorrare@fedoraproject.org> wrote:
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>>> Hi there,
>>> Maybe I still don't get how upstream works, but I found that the latest
>>> thinkpad-acpi version is 0.19, still Fedora's latest kernel has
>>> [root@localhost ibm]# cat driver
>>> driver: ThinkPad ACPI Extras
>>> version: 0.16
>> Its built as an in-kernel module so 2.6.23 == 0.16, 2.6.24 == 0.17 and
>> I guess 2.6.25 == 0.19.
>
> And if there's a particular problem with thinkpad-acpi you're encountering
> that is fixed by a later version, file a bug where you describe the problem,
> point to the fix, etc, and someone might be willing to backport the fix to the
> latest released kernel. I might even be willing to give it a go as a newly
> minted member of the ThinkPad community... (just got a T61)
>
>

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Old 01-10-2008, 08:08 PM
Jarod Wilson
 
Default thinkpad-acpi upstream version?

Nicolas Antonio Corrarello wrote:
> Maybe you're in the same condition as I am (Also T61 user, great
> machine)... Can't make the volume
> up/down keys to work, and I can't change the volume through
> /proc/acpi/ibm/volume. I'll see if this is solved in the thinkpad-acpi
> changelog and file a bug...

Ah yes, mine has the same issue with 2.6.23.12 right now, forgot about that.
Heck, *I* should have filed a bug already... But I'll let you.

Also, the brightness keys don't do anything on mine, though that may be
resolved in rawhide via xbacklight, iirc. Rawhide was a bit too explodey for
me to want to upgrade to it just yet though.


> Jarod Wilson wrote:
>> Christopher Brown wrote:
>>> On 09/01/2008, Nicolas Antonio Corrarello <ncorrare@fedoraproject.org> wrote:
>>>> Maybe I still don't get how upstream works, but I found that the latest
>>>> thinkpad-acpi version is 0.19, still Fedora's latest kernel has
>>>> [root@localhost ibm]# cat driver
>>>> driver: ThinkPad ACPI Extras
>>>> version: 0.16
>>> Its built as an in-kernel module so 2.6.23 == 0.16, 2.6.24 == 0.17 and
>>> I guess 2.6.25 == 0.19.
>> And if there's a particular problem with thinkpad-acpi you're encountering
>> that is fixed by a later version, file a bug where you describe the problem,
>> point to the fix, etc, and someone might be willing to backport the fix to the
>> latest released kernel. I might even be willing to give it a go as a newly
>> minted member of the ThinkPad community... (just got a T61)

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Old 01-10-2008, 11:21 PM
Matthew Saltzman
 
Default thinkpad-acpi upstream version?

On Thu, 2008-01-10 at 16:08 -0500, Jarod Wilson wrote:
> Nicolas Antonio Corrarello wrote:
> > Maybe you're in the same condition as I am (Also T61 user, great
> > machine)... Can't make the volume
> > up/down keys to work, and I can't change the volume through
> > /proc/acpi/ibm/volume. I'll see if this is solved in the thinkpad-acpi
> > changelog and file a bug...
>
> Ah yes, mine has the same issue with 2.6.23.12 right now, forgot about that.
> Heck, *I* should have filed a bug already... But I'll let you.
>
> Also, the brightness keys don't do anything on mine, though that may be
> resolved in rawhide via xbacklight, iirc. Rawhide was a bit too explodey for
> me to want to upgrade to it just yet though.

Which video driver?

Does yours suspend properly?

>
>
> > Jarod Wilson wrote:
> >> Christopher Brown wrote:
> >>> On 09/01/2008, Nicolas Antonio Corrarello <ncorrare@fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> >>>> Maybe I still don't get how upstream works, but I found that the latest
> >>>> thinkpad-acpi version is 0.19, still Fedora's latest kernel has
> >>>> [root@localhost ibm]# cat driver
> >>>> driver: ThinkPad ACPI Extras
> >>>> version: 0.16
> >>> Its built as an in-kernel module so 2.6.23 == 0.16, 2.6.24 == 0.17 and
> >>> I guess 2.6.25 == 0.19.
> >> And if there's a particular problem with thinkpad-acpi you're encountering
> >> that is fixed by a later version, file a bug where you describe the problem,
> >> point to the fix, etc, and someone might be willing to backport the fix to the
> >> latest released kernel. I might even be willing to give it a go as a newly
> >> minted member of the ThinkPad community... (just got a T61)
>
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Old 01-11-2008, 02:23 PM
Jarod Wilson
 
Default thinkpad-acpi upstream version?

Matthew Saltzman wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-01-10 at 16:08 -0500, Jarod Wilson wrote:
>> Nicolas Antonio Corrarello wrote:
>>> Maybe you're in the same condition as I am (Also T61 user, great
>>> machine)... Can't make the volume
>>> up/down keys to work, and I can't change the volume through
>>> /proc/acpi/ibm/volume. I'll see if this is solved in the thinkpad-acpi
>>> changelog and file a bug...
>> Ah yes, mine has the same issue with 2.6.23.12 right now, forgot about that.
>> Heck, *I* should have filed a bug already... But I'll let you.
>>
>> Also, the brightness keys don't do anything on mine, though that may be
>> resolved in rawhide via xbacklight, iirc. Rawhide was a bit too explodey for
>> me to want to upgrade to it just yet though.
>
> Which video driver?

Intel X3100 graphics, 1680x1050 display, intel video driver.

> Does yours suspend properly?

Yep, though I did have to add my model # to the proper hal quirks file. Prior
to that, it would often resume to a black screen (though I could get a console
back via ctrl-alt-f1 then alt-f7 and X would be back). Now, its flawless, and
gets me straight to the gnome unlock dialog within a few seconds. Still not
nearly as fast as Mac OS X resumes on my 3 year old PowerBook G4, but still
pretty damned good.

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Old 01-11-2008, 03:53 PM
Chuck Anderson
 
Default thinkpad-acpi upstream version?

On Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 10:23:22AM -0500, Jarod Wilson wrote:
> Matthew Saltzman wrote:
> > On Thu, 2008-01-10 at 16:08 -0500, Jarod Wilson wrote:
> >> Nicolas Antonio Corrarello wrote:
> >>> Maybe you're in the same condition as I am (Also T61 user, great
> >>> machine)... Can't make the volume
> >>> up/down keys to work, and I can't change the volume through
> >>> /proc/acpi/ibm/volume. I'll see if this is solved in the thinkpad-acpi
> >>> changelog and file a bug...
> >> Ah yes, mine has the same issue with 2.6.23.12 right now, forgot about that.
> >> Heck, *I* should have filed a bug already... But I'll let you.
> >>
> >> Also, the brightness keys don't do anything on mine, though that may be
> >> resolved in rawhide via xbacklight, iirc. Rawhide was a bit too explodey for
> >> me to want to upgrade to it just yet though.
> >
> > Which video driver?
>
> Intel X3100 graphics, 1680x1050 display, intel video driver.

On my ThinkPad T61 with Intel graphics, 1680x1050 display, my
brightness keys cause the brightness on-screen display bar graph to
appear, but the brightness doesn't actually change until I hit the
very top of the scale, then it goes bright immediately. It also
reacts very slowly to each key stroke.

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Old 01-11-2008, 04:42 PM
Denis Leroy
 
Default thinkpad-acpi upstream version?

Chuck Anderson wrote:

On Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 10:23:22AM -0500, Jarod Wilson wrote:

Matthew Saltzman wrote:

On Thu, 2008-01-10 at 16:08 -0500, Jarod Wilson wrote:

Nicolas Antonio Corrarello wrote:

Maybe you're in the same condition as I am (Also T61 user, great
machine)... Can't make the volume
up/down keys to work, and I can't change the volume through
/proc/acpi/ibm/volume. I'll see if this is solved in the thinkpad-acpi
changelog and file a bug...

Ah yes, mine has the same issue with 2.6.23.12 right now, forgot about that.
Heck, *I* should have filed a bug already... But I'll let you.

Also, the brightness keys don't do anything on mine, though that may be
resolved in rawhide via xbacklight, iirc. Rawhide was a bit too explodey for
me to want to upgrade to it just yet though.

Which video driver?

Intel X3100 graphics, 1680x1050 display, intel video driver.


On my ThinkPad T61 with Intel graphics, 1680x1050 display, my
brightness keys cause the brightness on-screen display bar graph to
appear, but the brightness doesn't actually change until I hit the
very top of the scale, then it goes bright immediately. It also
reacts very slowly to each key stroke.


On my T61 (Nvidia Quadro NVS-140M), suspend works, but the brightness
keys and sound keys do not work. I also get the bar graph, but actual
brightness doesn't change at all


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Old 01-11-2008, 04:53 PM
Matthew Saltzman
 
Default thinkpad-acpi upstream version?

On Fri, 2008-01-11 at 10:23 -0500, Jarod Wilson wrote:
> Matthew Saltzman wrote:
> > On Thu, 2008-01-10 at 16:08 -0500, Jarod Wilson wrote:
> >> Nicolas Antonio Corrarello wrote:
> >>> Maybe you're in the same condition as I am (Also T61 user, great
> >>> machine)... Can't make the volume
> >>> up/down keys to work, and I can't change the volume through
> >>> /proc/acpi/ibm/volume. I'll see if this is solved in the thinkpad-acpi
> >>> changelog and file a bug...
> >> Ah yes, mine has the same issue with 2.6.23.12 right now, forgot about that.
> >> Heck, *I* should have filed a bug already... But I'll let you.
> >>
> >> Also, the brightness keys don't do anything on mine, though that may be
> >> resolved in rawhide via xbacklight, iirc. Rawhide was a bit too explodey for
> >> me to want to upgrade to it just yet though.
> >
> > Which video driver?
>
> Intel X3100 graphics, 1680x1050 display, intel video driver.

OK Can't help you there. For the nVidia cards, the latest binary driver
fixes the brightness button issue. Buttons also work with the vesa
driver, but the nv driver *still* doesn't work at all
(https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=249367).

>
> > Does yours suspend properly?
>
> Yep, though I did have to add my model # to the proper hal quirks file. Prior
> to that, it would often resume to a black screen (though I could get a console
> back via ctrl-alt-f1 then alt-f7 and X would be back). Now, its flawless, and
> gets me straight to the gnome unlock dialog within a few seconds. Still not
> nearly as fast as Mac OS X resumes on my 3 year old PowerBook G4, but still
> pretty damned good.

Lucky you. Suspend issues are killing me...
(https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=254214).

>
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