On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 2:23 PM, Takashi Iwai email@example.com wrote:
Hence, the only proposal that is needed assuming that .conf works as one would assume (I tried systemd's documentation and found little of use - for the amount of documentation it has, it's horribly structured to say the least), if it works like that, then yast needs an easy-to-use config option for users to switch. That's all.
But how would you start YaST if you can't boot properly at all? You can't choose no matter how it's easy-to-use. No boot, no dice.
Save buggy firmware, I don't see how that can happen. If you see your laptop suspends when you close the lid, you keep the lid open till you changed the setting. There's no rocket science involved, my sister would be able to figure that out.
Buggy firmware is another matter altogether. That would require some kernel-line-level switch I guess (like brokenmodules).