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commit 777f3249e9ef8d03230d34cc6ba5f85023a9021b
parent 45a9f905dd1013448b0ac7ce859af3a4c12064cf
Author: rsiddharth <s@ricketyspace.net>
Date:   Fri,  2 Nov 2018 18:24:54 -0400

Remove etc/acpi/default.sh.

Diffstat:
etc/acpi/default.sh | 66------------------------------------------------------------------
1 file changed, 0 insertions(+), 66 deletions(-)

diff --git a/etc/acpi/default.sh b/etc/acpi/default.sh @@ -1,66 +0,0 @@ -#!/bin/sh -# /etc/acpi/default.sh -# Default acpi script that takes an entry for all actions - -set $* - -group=${1%%/*} -action=${1#*/} -device=$2 -id=$3 -value=$4 - -log_unhandled() { - logger "ACPI event unhandled: $*" -} - -case "$group" in - button) - case "$action" in - power) - /etc/acpi/actions/powerbtn.sh - ;; - lid) - case "$id" in - close) - s2ram - ;; - *) log_unhandled $* ;; - esac - ;; - # if your laptop doesnt turn on/off the display via hardware - # switch and instead just generates an acpi event, you can force - # X to turn off the display via dpms. note you will have to run - # 'xhost +local:0' so root can access the X DISPLAY. - #lid) - # xset dpms force off - # ;; - - *) log_unhandled $* ;; - esac - ;; - - ac_adapter) - case "$value" in - # Add code here to handle when the system is unplugged - # (maybe change cpu scaling to powersave mode). For - # multicore systems, make sure you set powersave mode - # for each core! - #*0) - # cpufreq-set -g powersave - # ;; - - # Add code here to handle when the system is plugged in - # (maybe change cpu scaling to performance mode). For - # multicore systems, make sure you set performance mode - # for each core! - #*1) - # cpufreq-set -g performance - # ;; - - *) log_unhandled $* ;; - esac - ;; - - *) log_unhandled $* ;; -esac