[ltp] tpctl and SuSE Linux
Fri, 05 Dec 2003 01:54:23 -0600
Rob Smith wrote:
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "wes schreiner" <email@example.com>
>>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?
>Now for the question of the year. Being new to not only SuSE 9.0, but Linux
>in general, where should I get tpctl (I saw a version on SuSE's web, but it
>was for 8.1) and how is it installed?
Well, that's a SuSE question. In Debian it's just "apt-get install
tpctl". Doesn't that "arguably the finest Linux distribution" have
something just as easy? ;-)