Re: [linux-dell-laptops] HOWTO: Debian 3.0 on Dell Inspiron 8200
- Two questions please. what are the i8k-utils, where do you get them, and
how do you install them.
Secondly, about "added the line", is several lines, and where are you
I thank you in advance for your help.
On Tue, 2002-09-03 at 14:15, mchristoph.eckert@... wrote: Am
Dienstag, 3. September 2002 01:39 schrieb Chris Nitkin:
For tips with the audio-keys, ask me.
I installed the i8k-utils, and added the line
i8kbuttons -m "amixer -q sset Master,0 toggle" -u "amixer -q
sset Master,0 5%+ unmute" -d "amixer -q sset Master,0 5%-
but I think this will not work with your OSS-drivers?
Installation von SuSE 8.0 auf einem Dell Inspiron 8200
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- Am Dienstag, 3. September 2002 18:11 schrieb intrader:
> Two questions please. what are the i8k-utils,Tools to control various hardware of this notebook: Fan-Speed,
the volume-buttons etc.
> where do youI don't know where I got this tool, ask google for 'i8k-utils
> get them,
download'. Or become a member of this group; AFAIK the
i8k-utils are in the files section.
> and how do you install them.Compile and install them. I think with ./configure, make and
make install as root.
> Secondly, about "added the line",That's the mailer which breaks the lines.
> is several lines,
<Start line>modprobe i8k<end line>
<Start line>i8kbuttons -m "amixer -q sset Master,0 toggle" -u
"amixer -q sset Master,0 5%+ unmute" -d "amixer -q sset
Master,0 5%- unmute" & <end line>
> andOn SuSE 8.0, I used /etc/init.d/boot.local. If this file does
> where are you adding them?
not exist, you should create. Not sure, if all distribution
read this file on boot-time.
> I thank you in advance for your help.In advance you now have to use the info ;-))) .
- : Two questions please. what are the i8k-utils, where do you get them, and
: how do you install them.
Uhm, since we are talking about Debian, just do
apt-get install i8kutils
or launch dselect and find i8kutils, mark it with a + and then let
dselect install it for you.