[sugar] (very) Little Proposals for 9.1
Mon Oct 13 07:57:00 EDT 2008
> Then we should not have a shutdown button at all :)
Even though this comment was accompanied by a smiley, a "software
shutdown button" somewhere is useful.
I use a wired connection, and therefore don't use suspend:
suspend stops the wired connection, and resume does not
restart it correctly.
But I don't want my XO "active" while I'm transporting it. What I
use to shut it down is CLI 'shutdown' in root. That might be too
cumbersome for many - hence the need for a "software shutdown
button" <perhaps in Frame ?>. [I believe that Linux systems should
receive a signal to gracefully shutdown the software, rather than
having the user abruptly push power-off.]
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