On Fri, Nov 12, 2004 at 05:41:11AM +0100, Siegfried Heim wrote:
Am Donnerstag, 11. November 2004 22:37 schrieb Osho GG:
Could someone please tell me what are the differences between powersaved and acpid (for Suse 9.1)
The difference ist that powersaved has more configuration possibilities (i.e. YaST Powersave module or editing configuration with the YaST etc/sysconfig
no. Powersaved has handling for acpi events and cpufrequency scaling integrated. It is also supposed to work on APM machines. Powersaved provides userspace preparation and handling for suspend and resume, acpid doesn't (but it can be made to handle this stuff also). There is a frontend for controlling powersaved as user from KDE. acpid only handles acpi events.
Editor). And by the way: powersaved starts among other things acpid.
only the 9.2 version and only to accomodate old programs still relying on the acpid socket. Btw: this compatibility mode can be switched off.