[ltp] tpctl and SuSE Linux

Michael Hagemann linux-thinkpad@linux-thinkpad.org
Thu, 4 Dec 2003 16:40:06 +0100

On Thu, 04 Dec 2003 09:11:17 -0600 wes schreiner wrote:

> And, once you have tpctl installed, you can just say "tpctl 
> --rs2=disable", no need for PNP support in the kernel (though SuSE's 
> kernels might have it) and no need to reboot. Doesn't SuSE have a 
> package for tpctl?

IIRC, the tpctl setting is not persistent, i.e. you'd need to issue it
after each reboot.  If you use "setpnp -b", the settings are saved.  And
of course you don't need to reboot either, we're talking linux here,
aren't we? ;)