defconfig: CONFIG_APM_POWER=y ?
mwester at dls.net
Thu Jul 10 05:50:33 CEST 2008
Andy Green wrote:
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> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> | Some of the defconfig's have CONFIG_APM_POWER enabled, some don't. I
> | know enabling this on the GTA01 breaks apm; do we need this set for
> | GTA02? If we set this, I think part of the code in pcf50633.c doesn't
> | do anything anymore, which is why I'm asking about this.
> For packaging John Lee asked for the gta01 and 02 ones broken out
> separately which I did (the defconfig_gta01 in git does not have
> APM_POWER enabled), but I heard someone complaining the other day about
> defconfig_om_blah in the packaging stuff, which I never saw.
> Also some folks suspend by using apm -s IIRC, maybe pulling it from
> GTA02 will upset that. Otherwise, sounds good to get rid of it AFAIK.
apm-emulation seems to control that; the apm_power stuff seems to break
the values read from /proc/apm for the battery levels. I guess I should
just try it both ways on the GTA02 and see if what's reported by
/proc/apm is different.
> - -Andy
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