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SubjectRe: [RFC] rfkill - Add support for input key to control wireless radio
On 12/6/06, Dan Williams <dcbw@redhat.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-12-06 at 09:37 -0500, Dmitry Torokhov wrote:
> >
> > Fans of the 3rd method, speak up ;)
>
> I think I brought up the 3rd method initially in this thread. I'm not
> necessarily advocating it, but I wanted to be sure people realized that
> this was a case, so that a clear decision would be made to support it or
> not to support it.
>
> (2) makes the most sense to me. I don't think we need to care about
> edge-cases like "But I only wanted to rfkill _one_ of my bluetooth
> dongles!!!", that's just insane.
>
> But using (2) also begs the question, can we _always_ identify what
> interface the rfkill belongs to? In Bastien's laptop, the rfkill switch
> _automatically_ disconnects the internal USB Bluetooth device from the
> USB bus, and uses the normal ipw2200 rfkill mechanism, whatever that is.
> In this case, you simply do not get an event that the bluetooth device
> is disabled from a button somewhere; it's just gone, and you'd have to
> do some magic to disable other bluetooth devices as well.
>

Is this the same physical button? If so then for this particular box
we'd just have to send 2 events - KEY_WIFI and KEY_BLUETOOTH at the
same time.

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Dmitry
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