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NOTE: Bug tracker moved at http://dev.iksaif.net/projects/acpi4asus NOTE. This project is a Linux kernel driver that allows owners of Asus laptops to use all the functionality of their computers such as special keys, special LEDs, brightness control,
This project is not maintained anymore (I sold my eeepc). Please drop me a message (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want to be a maintainer. EEE-PC Support in Ubuntu/Gutsy:small fonts, no compiz, fullscreen apps... wifi (based on madwifi) hotkeys overclocking to 900Mhz (using the eee module) webcam suspend-to-ram (WARNING: some users reported that the eee may wake-up if you unplug the power cord while suspended, and even wake up for no reason, and then it may cause heat damage: you should shutdow
acpi-eeepc-genericSimple ACPI event handler for the EeePC line: Model agnostic Many On Screen Display (OSD) options: libnotify (GTK) knotify (KDE) dzen2 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: Suspend to ram Wifi on/off Bluetooth on/off (full support wit