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+#
+# Configuration file for EeePC ACPI utilities
+#
+# Please edit to your liking!!!
+#
+# http://code.google.com/p/acpi-eeepc-generic/
+# http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=23318
+#
+# Copyright 2009 Nicolas Bigaouette
+# This file is part of acpi-eeepc-generic.
+#
+# acpi-eeepc-generic is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
+# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
+# (at your option) any later version.
+#
+# acpi-eeepc-generic is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+# GNU General Public License for more details.
+#
+# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+# along with acpi-eeepc-generic. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
+#
+#################################################################
+#
+# Put your username in "XUSER". It _is_ important.
+#
+# Some defaults are defined, but
+# they might not work on your system. For example, the task manager
+# used is "lxtask", which is part of the LXDE desktop environment.
+# You can install it with "pacman -S lxtask". You can use
+# something else if you want, just be sure to edit the appropriate
+# variable.
+#
+#################################################################
+# Format:
+# Format of the settings is as follow:
+# VARIABLE_NAME=("command number 1" "command number 2" "etc.")
+#
+#################################################################
+# Note that:
+# -Commands with spaces _need_ to be double-quoted
+# -You can put as many commands as you want, as in the previous example
+# -Some defaults are provided which might not work on your
+# system. Please edit as your liking. Look at
+# COMMANDS_WIFI_POST_UP for example. It uses by
+# default "wicd" for for network management. It is killed and
+# re-run to save battery. If you don't use wicd, please remove
+# it from the commands to run!!!
+# -All commands are executed as root. To execute a command as
+# yourself (not root), put @ in front of the command. This allow
+# graphical applications to work.
+# -If a key is not working, uncomment KEY_SHOW. It will show
+# you the code of the key you pressed. Then report it to me
+# with your model number.
+# -Change your wifi module. By default it uses "rt2860sta", which
+# is the one used in the 901/1000*.
+# -You can choose between different OSD:
+# libnotify: by default (GTK), you need "notification-daemon"
+# knotify: OSD used by KDE, you need "kdebase"
+# dzen: Small OSD, you need "dzen2"
+# NONE: You guessed it... none :)
+#
+#################################################################
+# Different helper script you can use:
+#
+# Rotate the screen
+# /etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-rotate-lvds.sh
+# Suspend to ram
+# /etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-suspend2ram.sh
+# Toggle bluetooth on and off
+# /etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-bluetooth.sh
+# Toggle between different monitors
+# /etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-displays.sh
+# Toggle a suspension lock on and off
+# /etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-lock-suspend.sh
+# Toggle card reader on and off
+# /etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-cardr.sh
+# Change between supported screen resolutions
+# /etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-resolution.sh
+# Enable or disable the touchpad (needs SHM)
+# /etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-touchpad.sh
+# Toggle webcam on and off
+# /etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-webcam.sh
+# Toggle wifi on and off
+# /etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-wifi.sh
+#
+#################################################################
+# Different hardware states can be saved and restored when needed.
+# To restore at boot, just add "eeepc-restore" to your DAEMONS
+# array in /etc/rc.conf
+#################################################################
+
+### Fallback user to be used for X session if autodetection fails
+XUSER=
+
+### Choose what kind of notification you want. libnotify is the
+### default, but can disable it with NONE.
+NOTIFY="libnotify" # Gnome, XFCE, GTK
+#NOTIFY="kdialog" # KDE, QT
+#NOTIFY="dzen" # dwm, wmii, xmonad or any other
+#NOTIFY="naughty" # Awesome window manager
+#NOTIFY=NONE
+NOTIFY_DURATION="2000" # Duration, in ms, of the OSD
+# Uncomment to disable showing unknown keys
+NOTIFY_IGNORE_UNKNOWN="yes"
+
+### Show the ACPI key event
+#KEY_SHOW="1"
+
+### Some scripts needs to be run as root. Specify how to gain priviledges
+#SUDO="sudo"
+#SUDO="kdesu -i eee"
+SUDO="gksu" # Append "--sudo-mode" to use sudo instead of su
+
+#################################################################
+### Drivers used by this Eee. Most used are "rt2860sta", "ath9k"
+### and "iwlagn". For Madwifi, you can try this exact list:
+### "wlan_tkip" "wlan_ccmp" "ath_pci" "ath_rate_sample" "ath_hal" "wlan_scan_sta" "wlan"
+WIFI_DRIVERS=("rt2860sta")
+BLUETOOTH_DRIVERS=("bluetooth")
+CAMERA_DRIVERS=("uvcvideo")
+# Let acpi-eeepc-generic load/unload modules?
+#DRIVERS_LOAD="no" # default: yes
+#DRIVERS_UNLOAD="no" # default: yes
+
+#################################################################
+### Volume options
+ALSA_VOLUME_MIXER=("Master") # Mixer(s) to change volume
+
+#################################################################
+### Defined commands on specific key press
+### Please edit to what you want!!!
+### Some defaults are provided, but they might not work on your
+### system if you don't have the utility installed.
+
+COMMANDS_POWER_BUTTON=("/sbin/shutdown -t3 -h now")
+# Users of LXDE might consider the following:
+#COMMANDS_POWER_BUTTON=("@_LXSESSION_PID=`pidof lxsession` lxde-logout")
+# See http://code.google.com/p/acpi-eeepc-generic/issues/detail?id=26
+# and http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/LXDE#Shutdown_and_Reboot_from_LXDE
+
+# These are the 4 silver buttons, located above the Fn+F2 to
+# Fn+F6 on certain models and the Fn+Spacebar. The first just
+# shutdown your screen to save power. The second toggle the touchpad on and off.
+# Note the "@" in from of the two user button commands: because
+# of this, theese commands will be executed as yourself and not root.
+# The User1, User2 & User3 (when available) are executed as your username!!!
+COMMANDS_BUTTON_BLANK=("xset dpms force off")
+COMMANDS_BUTTON_RESOLUTION=("/etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-touchpad.sh")
+COMMANDS_BUTTON_USER1=("@terminal")
+COMMANDS_BUTTON_USER2=("@pcmanfm --no-desktop")
+
+COMMANDS_SHE_TOGGLE=("/etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-she.sh")
+
+COMMANDS_SLEEP=("/etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-suspend2ram.sh")
+# On some models, calling the wifi toggle script can prevent the card from
+# being re-enabled. If you have that problem, just don't call the script and
+# let the BIOS dis/enable the card.
+# See http://wiki.github.com/nbigaouette/acpi-eeepc-generic/wireless
+COMMANDS_WIFI_TOGGLE=("/etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-wifi.sh")
+COMMANDS_WIFI_UP=()
+COMMANDS_WIFI_DOWN=()
+COMMANDS_WIFI_PRE_UP=()
+#COMMANDS_WIFI_POST_UP=("/etc/rc.d/wicd start" "@wicd-client")
+#COMMANDS_WIFI_PRE_DOWN=("pkill wicd-client" "/etc/rc.d/wicd stop" "pkill wpa_supplicant" "pkill dhcpcd")
+COMMANDS_WIFI_POST_UP=()
+COMMANDS_WIFI_PRE_DOWN=()
+COMMANDS_WIFI_POST_DOWN=()
+COMMANDS_BLUETOOTH_TOGGLE=("/etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-bluetooth.sh")
+COMMANDS_BLUETOOTH_UP=()
+COMMANDS_BLUETOOTH_DOWN=()
+COMMANDS_BLUETOOTH_PRE_UP=()
+COMMANDS_BLUETOOTH_POST_UP=()
+COMMANDS_BLUETOOTH_PRE_DOWN=()
+COMMANDS_BLUETOOTH_POST_DOWN=()
+COMMANDS_TOUCHPAD_TOGGLE=("/etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-touchpad.sh")
+COMMANDS_RESOLUTION=("/etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-resolution.sh")
+COMMANDS_BRIGHTNESS_DOWN=() # Brightness down controled by BIOS
+COMMANDS_BRIGHTNESS_UP=() # Brightness up controled by BIOS
+#COMMANDS_SCREEN_OFF=(/etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-rotate-lvds.sh)
+COMMANDS_SCREEN_OFF=("${COMMANDS_BLUETOOTH_TOGGLE[@]}")
+#COMMANDS_XRANDR_TOGGLE=("@lxrandr") # Run as user (not root)
+COMMANDS_XRANDR_TOGGLE=("/etc/acpi/eeepc/acpi-eeepc-generic-toggle-displays.sh")
+COMMANDS_XRANDR_TOGGLE_VGA="above" # VGA is: right-of, left-of, above or below of LVDS
+COMMANDS_TASKM=("@lxtask")
+#COMMANDS_TASKM=("@xterm htop")
+#COMMANDS_TASKM=("@ksysguard")
+
+# If you use OSS, you can use http://ossvol.sourceforge.net/
+COMMANDS_MUTE=("alsa_toggle_mute")
+COMMANDS_VOLUME_DOWN=("alsa_set_volume 5%-")
+COMMANDS_VOLUME_UP=("alsa_set_volume 5%+")
+
+COMMANDS_AC_UNPLUGGED=()
+COMMANDS_AC_PLUGGED=()
+COMMANDS_ON_LID_CLOSE="yes"
+COMMANDS_LID_CLOSE_ON_AC=("xset dpms force off") # Just turn the backlight off
+#COMMANDS_LID_CLOSE_ON_AC=("${COMMANDS_SLEEP[@]}") # Do the same as COMMANDS_SLEEP
+COMMANDS_LID_CLOSE_ON_BATTERY=("${COMMANDS_SLEEP[@]}") # Do the same as COMMANDS_SLEEP
+
+
+#################################################################
+### Check for these processes before suspending
+SUSPEND_BLACKLISTED_PROCESSES=(vlc mplayer smplayer kmplayer skype dragon songbird-bin amarok)
+### Change the suspend commands.
+SUSPEND2RAM_COMMANDS=("echo -n \"mem\" > /sys/power/state") # Simple suspend
+#SUSPEND2RAM_COMMANDS=("pm-suspend") # Use pm-utils
+#SUSPEND_QUIRKS_VTSWITCH="yes"
+
+#################################################################
+### Display toggling options (excluding LVDS only, since you
+### need that one!). You can use any of these three, in any order.
+#XRANDR_AVAILABLE_MODES=("clone" "vga" "both")
+XRANDR_AVAILABLE_MODES=("vga" "both")
+
+#################################################################
+### Restore feature: On boot, restore different hardware states
+RESTORE_BLUETOOTH=0
+RESTORE_BRIGHTNESS=0
+RESTORE_TOUCHPAD=0
+RESTORE_WIFI=0
+
+#################################################################
+### If you mount /var/log in ram (to protect an SSD drive), you
+### might want to backup them on shutdown/suspend, just in case.
+### Add "logsbackup" to your DAEMONS array in /etc/rc.conf. You
+### can also set the folder where to send these compressed backups.
+LOGSBACKUP_FOLDER="/logs_backup"
+
+#################################################################
+### Please comment/remove the following, to prove that you edited
+### and read fully the file ;)
+### Else, you will get a 20 second warning.
+EEEPC_CONF_DONE="no"
+