Accepted: laptop-mode-tools 1.45-1ubuntu1 (source)

Tormod Volden debian.tormod at
Tue Aug 12 02:50:19 BST 2008

 OK: laptop-mode-tools_1.45.orig.tar.gz
 OK: laptop-mode-tools_1.45-1ubuntu1.diff.gz
 OK: laptop-mode-tools_1.45-1ubuntu1.dsc
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Format: 1.7
Date: Wed, 06 Aug 2008 20:06:08 +0200
Source: laptop-mode-tools
Binary: laptop-mode-tools
Architecture: source
Version: 1.45-1ubuntu1
Distribution: intrepid
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Ubuntu Core Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss at>
Changed-By: Tormod Volden <debian.tormod at>
 laptop-mode-tools - Scripts to spin down hard drive and save power
Closes: 480606 480946 481180 482307 486467 488261 488950 490167 490587
Launchpad-Bugs-Fixed: 250935 255446
 laptop-mode-tools (1.45-1ubuntu1) intrepid; urgency=low
   [ Tormod Volden ]
   * Merge from debian unstable (LP: #255446), remaining changes:
     - etc/init.d/laptop-mode: Check if laptop mode is disabled in
       /etc/default/laptop-mode (that's the file laptop_mode looks into, too,
       but it incorrectly evaluates the ENABLE_LAPTOP_MODE setting) as well
       as in /etc/default/acpi-support.
     - usr/sbin/laptop_mode: Do not parse arguments, ignore "force" and
       let start/stop mean enable/disable.
     - /usr/sbin/laptop_mode: Do not read $ACTIVATE_WITH_POSSIBLE_DATA_LOSS
       from /var/run/laptop-mode-state to see if state has changed.
     - debian/rules: Do not ship acpi/apm scripts (we handle that ourselves)
     - debian/laptop-mode-tools.preinst: Remove any old acpi/apm scripts
     - debian/laptop-mode-tools.postinst: Create /etc/default/laptop-mode
       (with ENABLE_LAPTOP_MODE=false) if the file does not exist yet and we
       are on ppc.
     - Also accept "stop" as second argument since the init script
       calls laptop_mode with "init stop"
   [ Alexey Borzenkov ]
   * Change default settings to match acpi-support (LP: #250935)
     - etc/laptop-mode/laptop-mode.conf: change default spindown time and
       power management modes
   * Add pm-utils hooks to ensure laptop-mode is running as expected after
     power change or thaw/resume
     - power.d/laptop-mode: runs laptop-mode on power change
     - sleep.d/96laptop-mode: runs laptop-mode on thaw/resume
 laptop-mode-tools (1.45-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream version 1.45.
   * New upstream version 1.44:
     * Strip non-numeric suffixes from kernel minor version number.
       Closes: #488950.
     * Remove spurious error message on machines that don't have
       /sys/class/power_supply. Closes: #490167.
     * Fix incorrect path to laptop-mode.conf in the laptop-mode.conf(8)
       manual page. Closes: #488261.
     * Add sched-mc-power-savings module. Closes: #490587.
 laptop-mode-tools (1.43-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream version 1.43:
     * Don't use temp file in init script, that doesn't work if /tmp is
       mounted readonly. Closes: #480946.
     * Fix IPW2100 power management so that power management mode stays
       enabled even on AC. If we don't do this, we can't control the
       transmit power at all because we let the chipset handle it.
       Closes: #481180.
     * Replace *_ENABLE_HAL_POLLING settings by *_DISABLE_HAL_POLLING.
       More intuitive that way. The old settings were also interpreted
       in reverse. The backward compatibility layer actually *fixes that*
       because it was a bug, so behaviour will change for 1.42
       installations. Closes: #482307.
     * Get rid of bashism in laptop-mode module.
   * Put URL on separate line in README. Closes: #486467.
   * Set DM-Upload-Allowed field to yes.
   * Fix bashism in lm-profiler script. Closes: #480606
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 898908df4ccaaf3615a573121439bd05 81556 utils optional laptop-mode-tools_1.45.orig.tar.gz
 f6c8097c438ad0d8893ad2f9d04aa761 11896 utils optional laptop-mode-tools_1.45-1ubuntu1.diff.gz
Original-Maintainer: Bart Samwel <bart at>

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