Change logs for laptop-mode-tools source package in Precise

  • laptop-mode-tools (1.60-1ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low
    
      * Merge with Debian testing. (LP: #906291) Remaining Ubuntu changes:
        - debian/rules: Do not ship obsolete acpi/apm scripts.
    
    laptop-mode-tools (1.60-1) unstable; urgency=low
    
      * [709f521] New Upstream Release
        (Closes: 647564)
        - [8389588] Change Intel HDA Audio's default power save timeout to 2 seconds
        - [cc40bd1] usb autosuspend black-/whitelist arg in quotes.
          Thanks to Simon Que
        - [5a4e08a] add readme-debugging.txt
        - [be147e0] Helper tools to provide suspend/hibernate functionality
        - [49afd31] Kill lm-polling-daemon when init stop is called
        - [68b0ff5] Add pm-helper tool to take care of suspend / hibernate.
        - [c7e3038] Use native hibernation helper tool from LMT
        - [a569b29] Check for block device's existence.
          Thanks to Simon Que (Chromium Project)
        - [ab704b2] Use proper device for iwconfig.
          Thanks to bs.net (Closes: 639388)
      * [8fa914a] Drop some of the Recommends to Suggests.
        Thanks to Clea F. Rees (Closes: #640155)
      * [75c51b3] Drop duplicate changelog
     -- Mahyuddin Susanto <email address hidden>   Mon, 19 Dec 2011 19:24:23 +0700
  • laptop-mode-tools (1.58-3ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low
    
      * Merge with Debian testing. Remaining Ubuntu changes:
        - debian/rules: Do not ship obsolete acpi/apm scripts.
    
    laptop-mode-tools (1.58-3) unstable; urgency=low
    
      * [c6f2f64] Don't call true which forks a subshell.
        Thanks to Cristian Ionescu-Idbohrn
      * [f2d4e70] Use exit instead of return.
        Thanks to Eric Belanger (Closes: 636251)
    
    laptop-mode-tools (1.58-2) unstable; urgency=low
    
      * [fa94d77] Check for files instead of kernel version numbers.
        Thanks to Ben Hutchings (Closes: 632311)
    
    laptop-mode-tools (1.58-1) unstable; urgency=low
    
      * New upstream release
        + Initialize the PATH variable within us. This helps when our caller did
          not have a proper environment
        + Enable new in-kernel polling mechanism for block devices
          (Closes: #617705, #574867)
        + Check for kernel's native suspend functionality
        + Support execution of complex commands. Thanks to Changaco for the patch
        + Add new module nmi-watchdog to handle NMI Watchdog related power
          savings. Thanks to Quentin Denis for the report
        + Fix error messages during early boot if /usr is on a different
          partition. (Closes: #624678)
        + Add support for new Linux 3.x kernels. (Closes: #6628764)
        + Fix locking problems when battery polling daemon is enabled
      * Install lmt-udev into /lib/udev
      * Update Standards Version to 3.9.2 (No changes required)
     -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden>   Wed, 19 Oct 2011 12:16:45 +0200
  • laptop-mode-tools (1.57-1ubuntu1) natty; urgency=low
    
      * Merge with Debian unstable. Remaining Ubuntu changes:
        - debian/rules: Do not ship acpi/apm scripts (we handle that ourselves)
      * Drop previous Ubuntu changes for /etc/default/laptop-mode. We don't
        install this package by default any more for a long time, so if people
        install it manually they presumably want to install it. 1.53 added its own
        global enable/disable switch, so this is obsolete, too.
      * This version removes the file conflict with pm-utils. (LP: #638307)
    
    laptop-mode-tools (1.57-1) unstable; urgency=low
    
      * New Upstream Release
        + Pass calling application's arguments to the main function. Thanks to
          Radek for the report and the patch
        + Use governor policy from the config file. Thanks to Michael Orlov for
          the report.
        + Enable ENABLE_AUTO_MODULES by default. When a user installs the package,
          the first immediate expectation is to see some changes
        + USB suspend interface has changed with kernels 2.6.35 and above.
          (Closes: #589000)
        + Add support for Linux Runtime Power Management (Closes: #592661)
        + On many other distributions, wireless-tools packages is still old and
          does not return proper exit status on failures. Thanks to Luca Landolfi
          for the patch.
        + Add support to blacklist USB Devices by types. Thanks to Simon Que for
          the patch
        + Re-initialize dev_path before the next iteration. Thanks to Faustus for
          the bug report and the patch (LP: #662924)
        + ENABLE_LAPTOP_MODE_TOOLS was ignore because of wrong check. Thanks to
          Matus Harvan for reporting this. (Closes: #602278)
        + Add support to invoke laptop-mode-tools with hotplug events. This
          currently only has support for the usb-autosuspend module.
          Thanks to Simon Que for the patch
        + Add locking support using flock. (Closes: #566613)
        + Add 99-laptop-mode.rules to trap multiple kernel events
      * Drop pm-utils from recommends since it conflicts with us (Closes: #614024)
      * Bump Standards Version to 3.9.1 (No changes required)
    
    laptop-mode-tools (1.55-1) unstable; urgency=low
    
      * Change address to my official Debian address
      * New Upstream Release
        + On Intel HD Audio, revert power saving changes when switching back to AC.
          Thanks to Christoph Langguth for the report and the patch
        + Install the pm-utils hook as 01laptop-mode to ensure proper execution in
          reverse ordering
        + Add wireless-power module, for generic non-Intel wireless interfaces that
          support the iwconfig "power" option.
        + Fixed upgrade path for configurations which didn't have the LM/NOLM
          options in the Intel SATA Power Management module config.
        + Add flush-* to ignored programs for lm-profiler, because it is the
          successor to pdflush.
        + Fix WoL regression introduced by DISABLE_ETHERNET_ON_BATTERY. Thanks
          to Matthias Dienstbier for the report and the patch
        + Update comments in wireless-iwl-power.conf. (Debian BTS: #580730)
        + Check for old hook in pm-utils and remove it
        + Update manpage for all missing modules and options.
      * Switch source format to 3.0 (quilt)
    
    laptop-mode-tools (1.54-1) unstable; urgency=low
    
      * New Upstream Release
        + Add new exec-commands module
        + Fix wireless-iwl module activation
        + Add generic interface for ignore_nice_load
        + Document cpufreq frequency scaling behavior for older P4 processors
        + Add support for bluetooth on IBM Thinkpads using the thinkpad_acpi driver
        + Don't spam syslog if VERBOSE_OUTPUT is not enabled (Closes: #567766)
      * Add ${misc:Depends} to make it lintian clean
      * Update Standards Version to 3.8.4 (No changes required)
    
    laptop-mode-tools (1.53-1) unstable; urgency=low
    
      * New Upstream Release
        + Add global enable/disable switch for laptop-mode-tools
        + Add scheduler power saving module for SMT processors. Thanks to John
          Reilly.
        + Add a new "Auto Modules" mode which enables all modules whitelisted as
          auto with a single configuration setting, ENABLE_AUTO_MODULES.
        + Add LM/NOLM option for Intel SATA Power Management
        + Do a check before trying to write to the SuperHE Control File
     -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden>   Fri, 18 Mar 2011 17:40:32 +0100