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Simple ACPI event handler for the EeePCs (700, 701, 900, 900A, 901, 904HD, S101, 1000, 1000H, 1000HD, 1000HE): * Model agnostic * Many On Screen Display (OSD) options: o libnotify (GTK) o knotify (KDE) o dzen2 o none * Allow multiple commands to be executed for a single keypress * Depends only on vanilla kernel features ("eeepc_laptop" and "rfkill" kernel module): no need to use a custom kernel or hacked kernel module. Should be present in vanilla kernel (tested with 2.6.28.*) * Helper scripts for: o Suspend to ram o Wifi on/off o Bluetooth on/off (full support with 2.6.29 or patches, see here) o Synaptics touchpad on/off o Rotate screen o Change LVDS resolution (all supported resolution for your screen) o Change between LVDS, VGA or both (clone) * When both bluetooth and wireless are disabled, the blue "wireless" led turns off. * Suspend is disable if: o desktop shortcut (.desktop) is used to toggle o some processes are running (can be changed in configuration file) Developed for ArchLinux, it should work on any distribution where ACPI works. It would need repackaging though which I can't provide. It sure is a simple task though: acpi-eeepc-generic is written in bash. See: http://code.google.com/p/acpi-eeepc-generic/ http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=23318