[IAEP] sugar on standard laptops

Marco Pesenti Gritti mpgritti at gmail.com
Tue Jun 10 17:38:37 CEST 2008

Heh you are right Chris :) Sorry everyone for the confusion...


On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 4:13 PM, Chris Ball <cjb at laptop.org> wrote:
> Hi,
>   >> For example, I hadn't thought about ohm.  Should someone spend
>   >> time on that, or would using something like gnome-power-manager -
>   >> which has a lot more usage, afaik, than ohm - make more sense?
>   > ohm and gnome-power-manager are on two different levels.
>   > gnome-power-manager is supposed to use ohm. Stuff like the
>   > remaining battery time has not been moved yet to ohm though. We
>   > need to work upstream on this stuff.
> Marco, I think you're thinking of HAL instead of OHM here.
> I think OHM is on exactly the same level as gnome-power-manager --
> a policy daemon that sits above HAL, gets its input by listening to
> HAL's event bus, and makes decisions accordingly.  I don't know what
> gnome-power-manager could possibly use OHM for.
> - Chris.
> --
> Chris Ball   <cjb at laptop.org>

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