Request for feedback and/or participation on https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/PowerManagement
rc040203 at freenet.de
Thu Feb 5 05:52:34 UTC 2009
Bill Nottingham wrote:
> Matthew Garrett (mjg at redhat.com) said:
>>> Enabling USB autosuspend looks like a good candidate for being a default
>>> though. I've used it on quite a few Fedora 10 machines around here and
>>> haven't experienced any problems so far, so it seems to have matured
>>> enough by now from what i can see.
>> Scanners and printers are the worst case for this. I think we really
>> need to implement some kind of decent testing framework and build some
> If we're enabling it by default on hardware that is known OK, then
> I'm not sure why this should be a huge issue - the majority of machines
> don't run with a USB scanner/printer attached, I would imagine.
What makes you think this? These days, probably most home users will own
at least one USB printer, many will also own usb scanners.
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