I give up..
Oct 16, 2009, 14:02 (38 Talkback[s])
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"Now that Karmic is coming Eee users are looking forward to
having 2 Radio Kill devices for Bluetooth, and 2 for WIFI. Yes,
this is in a production released kernel, yes, the interfaces are
provided by different modules (eeepc-laptop exposes them as do the
driver modules), yes their naming and function is of course not
named using a reasonably grep-able syntax, and yes they do actually
work differently somehow.
"Not only that, but you also get to look forward to even more
bugs in the Intel drivers like the one causing xrandr to report
success even when it does nothing, or the super awesome kernel mode
setting bug that leaves many Eee 900 users with nothing but a blank
screen at startup. This is real PROGRESS people!
"Try for yourself. Run these two commands on Jaunty and Karmic.
If you have the Intel driver you should see nothing happen in
Karmic with the first command, and both commands work in Jaunty
(note: Change LVDS to LVDS1 for it to work in Karmic, but then it
doesn't work in Jaunty, but the point is WHY DOES IT RETURN