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    Is it available? I need it for my eeepc 901. I have found the 11.3 version but it requires python2.6 libs and 11.4 has python 2.7...

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    Hi
    Haven't had a chance to test the 11.4 version yet....
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    Thanks for that. Seems to be working fine, switches everything on and off, is stable and changes the power settings OK (at least it seems fine for as long as I can keep the desktop running properly with the broken intel driver in 11.4, which isn't very long).

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    Good to hear, it doesn't work on my eeePC 1000HE (it use too) but I'm using a different kernel module. Need to investigate more...
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    Default Re: eee-control for 11.4

    Now I know this is a very old thread... Have just installed 11.4 KDE on my Eeepc 900, which is driving me nuts with its permanently-on fan. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it doesn't work (bouncing cursor, then nothing). Any suggestions?
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    Default Re: eee-control for 11.4

    Quote Originally Posted by gminnerup
    Now I know this is a very old thread... Have just installed 11.4 KDE on
    my Eeepc 900, which is driving me nuts with its permanently-on fan.
    Perhaps unsurprisingly, it doesn't work (bouncing cursor, then nothing).
    Any suggestions?

    Hi
    I see there is a later version on launchpad (0.9.7.1), will have a look
    at rebuilding probably tomorrow.

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    Thanks, much appreciated! It doesn't require Gnome does it?
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    Default Re: eee-control for 11.4

    Quote Originally Posted by gminnerup
    Thanks, much appreciated! It doesn't require Gnome does it?
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    It requires gconf, so not sure what it may pull in....

    Question, what eeepc kernel modules are you running?
    Code:
    lsmod |grep eee
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    Default Re: eee-control for 11.4

    Code:
    hgm@linux-7ysv:~> lsmod |grep eee
    eeepc_laptop           15088  0 
    sparse_keymap           3858  1 eeepc_laptop
    rfkill                 17734  2 cfg80211,eeepc_laptop
    pci_hotplug            27726  2 eeepc_laptop,shpchp
    hwmon                   2012  2 eeepc_laptop,thermal_sys
    That's after installing the non-working version of eee-control.
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    Default Re: eee-control for 11.4

    Quote Originally Posted by gminnerup
    Code:
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    hgm@linux-7ysv:~> lsmod |grep eee
    eeepc_laptop 15088 0
    sparse_keymap 3858 1 eeepc_laptop
    rfkill 17734 2 cfg80211,eeepc_laptop
    pci_hotplug 27726 2 eeepc_laptop,shpchp
    hwmon 2012 2 eeepc_laptop,thermal_sys
    --------------------


    That's after installing the non-working version of eee-control.

    Hi
    OK, that's a good sign...

    Can you also confirm that either /proc/acpi/asus
    or /sys/devices/platform/eeepc exist?

    If they do, as root user if you run the command;
    Code:
    /usr/bin/eee-control-daemon
    Does it run?

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