testing flight 4 on Laitude D810
jjesse at iserv.net
Tue Feb 28 17:03:12 GMT 2006
Don't know what happened, but I selected the email address from the wiki page
and it bounced? I think there should be a difference between Kubuntu and
Ubuntu testing and wiki pages if they are handeling laptops differently
On Tuesday 28 February 2006 11:05, Somlyai Tamás wrote:
> Hi Paul!
> I own a Canonical supplied Dell Latitude D810, so please don't tell
> others to replace my wiki page with lines like I'm not contactable,
> because I do. There is my ICQ and MSN number and my e-mail address
> wich is working perfectly.
> I'm testing Flight 4 since it's out but I thought we should do the
> tests under Gnome instead of KDE, am I missing something?
> Tamas Somlyai
> On Feb 28, 2006, at 4:53 PM, Paul Sladen wrote:
> > On Tue, 28 Feb 2006, Jonathan Jesse wrote:
> >> Secondly I still have some issue with the different function keys.
> >> Fn + F1 is Hiberante -- Doesn't work
> > If suspend worked, then this is probably down the kernel bug that
> > steals
> > unmapped keypresses.
> >> Fn + F2 should turn off the wireless card, but turns off
> >> KBluetoothD and the
> >> bluetooth indicator goes out
> > Could you double-check this under Microsoft Windows? Most of the
> > bluetooth
> > keys 'unplug' the internal USB-connected bluetooth dongle and this
> > is done
> > in hardware.
> >> Fn+F3 is for the battery and works correctly
> > What exactly does/should this do? Pop up a battery status window?
> >> Fn+Num Lk should turn on/off the scroll lock but does not work.
> > Please file this against 'hotkey-setup' with 'dmidecode' output and
> > 'setkeycodes'/'xev' output for that key combination.
> >> Fn+Page Up should turn up the sound, doesn't work
> >> Fn+Page Dn should turn the sound down, doesn't work
> >> Fn+End should mute, but doesn't work
> > Do these work in Ubuntu, if so, the kubuntu mixer needs to learn to
> > handle
> > them (they mapped to standard keycodes); if not then they also
> > need filing
> > against 'hotkey-setup'.
> >> I have also noticed that the mouse speed of the touchpad is
> >> extremly slow
> >> compared to the trackpoint.
> > This is an X issue; file against 'xorg-driver-input-*'.
> >> I looked into updating the wiki page but the author of the page
> >> asked him to
> >> be contacted but his email bounced for me.
> > Wiki are supposed to be collaborative and wording like that just
> > serves to
> > block progress; I'd be happy to see that line deleted and replaced
> > with a
> > message that the original author is not contactable.
> >> I was also wondering how much of the testing for the laptop team
> >> occurs on
> >> Kubuntu?
> > I do too :) Probably 25% at a guess.
> > -Paul
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