debian/apm/apmd - experimenting

Fox Mulder Quakeman1 at
Sun Aug 31 21:14:07 CEST 2008

I already use the newest kernel with debian.

Maybe i should try it with the default kernel instead. I have a little
issue with all newer kernels than the "original" supplied one by debian
With all new kernels the mouse cursor pops a few pixel below the
position i touched the screen and then goes up to the right position.
but the click is recognized just below. This is really annoying because
i have to touch a few pixels above everything i want to click and a
calibration doesn't correct this problem.
Everything else works just fine with the new kernels.

I would love to suspend my neo with a short press of the power button
and resume it with another press. :)

Flyin_bbb8 wrote:
> Try to update the kernel (don't forget the modules)
> take the modules tgz and uImage from there -->
> depmod and don't forget to add "g_ether" to your /etc/modules (for the
> usb0 to work)
> yea it is s2ram, s2disk would take much more time and would not be
> usable if ur using freerunner as a phone (that's what i think, what's
> the fastest s2disk can do? )
>> But my real problem starts when it comes to resume my neo.
>> How would i do this?
>> The power button has no function at all while in suspend, no matter how
>> long i press it. It seems that somehow the link between the power button
>> and the resume function is not given by default even though it is
>> written in the debian wiki page.
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