Sunday, April 23, 2006

New packages ... more distributions

Some new messages about powersave and KPowersave: I added packages for Fedora Core 5 to the sourceforge project website. It was again a pain to create the new rpms. I don't know if really someone develop KDE applications on FC5, but if I need to compile a own dbus-qt3 and dbus-qt3-devel package - only because there is no rpm available and the related section in the specfile is out-commented - something is wrong with this distribution. Btw. Because of this I added also the needed dbus-qt3 rpms here. If you try to install and use KPowersave on FC5 you need at least the dbus-qt3 package. Unfortunately if have no experiences with SELinux and also the guys on the fedora selinux irc-channel were not very helpful. Hence you need to disable selinux support or at least the rule for acpi(d) on FC5. Patches for powersave are welcome.

Since powersave supports s2ram, I also added a suspend package (which include s2ram) for SUSE Linux 10.0 to sf.net. You also need to update pciutils to version 2.2.1, packages are available on the same download page.

Finally: powersave and KPowersave are now also available for Arch Linux. You can find the PKGBUILD powersave packages in the unstable tree and the KPowersave PKGBUILD here.

3 comments:

singu said...

Thanks for your efforts of getting kpowersafe into FC5. I will test it tonight.

Rex Dieter said...

FYI, dbus-qt has been reviewed(*) and will be appearing real soon now in Fedora Extras

(*) See dbus-qt FE Review

Danny said...

Reply to: "FYI, dbus-qt has been reviewed"

This are great news and would make it easier to build packages. On a proposal of a FC user I think about adding kpowersave also to Fedora Extras.