sysfsutils -- the script

Andy Green andy at
Thu Jul 24 10:34:12 CEST 2008

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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| arne anka, 2008-07-23 20:03:21 +0200 :
|> sysfsutils (at least on debian/unstable) contains a script, that
|> reads a configfiole on startup and sets values in /sys/ accordingly.
|   Thanks for the script.
| [...]
|> class/leds/gta02-power:orange/trigger=bat-charging
|> class/leds/gta02-power:blue/trigger=bat-full
|> class/leds/gta02-aux:red/trigger=nand-disk
|> when chargin the orange led should shine, when full the blue.
|   For some reason, once the battery has started charging, it doesn't
| seem to stop.  Sometimes the LED briefly flickers when I unplug the
| USB cable, but it comes up again.  The icon in the top of the screen
| changes to a battery rather than one with a lightning-bolt in it, but
| what does it know, the LED is directly plugged into the kernel, so I
| guess it's authoritative.  Apparently the hardware guys finally found
| an infinite source of energy!
| ...that, or the kernel just forgets to switch the LED off.  Andy?

Should be fixed in the last couple of days;a=commitdiff;h=46159c9a3fba291d106625092fd62358548894e0

If you're running today's kernel, then... obviously not fixed enough!

- -Andy
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