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100. By Timo Aaltonen

asus-touchpad.sh: Don't handle Synaptics devices. (LP: #804109)

99. By Steve Langasek

[ James Ferguson ]
* asus-touchpad.sh: add support for Elantech touchpads. LP: #953296.
* events/lenovo-touchpad2: new event handler for an acpi event on newer
  ThinkPads which always maps to the touchpad.

[ Troy Sankey ]
* asus-keyboard-backlight.sh, events/asus-keyboard-backlight-{up,down}:
  add support for hotkey that adjusts the keyboard backlight on the ASUS
  G73jh and others. LP: #931614.

98. By Steve Langasek

* lib/power-funcs: adjust getXuser and getXconsole to use consolekit
  instead of ps/who to identify the "foreground" session and the owner
  of a given X session, since lightdm is currently failing to record this
  information in utmp. Also, add headers for each of these functions
  documenting how they're supposed to work, since it's completely
  non-obvious and some of the scripts already in acpi-support are using
  them wrong. Thanks to Ayan George <email address hidden> for the
  preliminary patch. LP: #933626, #893271.
* rotatescreen.sh: fix wrong use of getXconsole where getXuser is needed.

97. By Steve Langasek

drop sony-* event handlers, which are also now superseded by a kernel
input device; and drop the sound button action scripts, of which the sony
events were the last users. LP: #676685.

96. By Steve Langasek

* power.sh, lib/policy-funcs: don't call pm-powersave if upower is running,
  as upower already does this for us unconditionally and we don't want to
  run these scripts twice. Eventually power.sh should be dropped entirely,
  but Kubuntu hasn't yet transitioned to use upower. LP: #582471.
* lib/power-funcs: drop dependency on finger, we can do this just as well
  using who from coreutils.

95. By Steve Langasek

debian/rules: don't pass -n to dh_installinit, we do want changes to
maintainer scriptswe just don't want the init script called, so use
--no-start instead.

94. By Steve Langasek

debian/rules: don't call the init script in the postinst, the script
exists only to ensure the power policy is applied on boot so we should
keep our hands off on upgrade. LP: #567182

93. By Steve Langasek

drop asus-eee-volume-* event handlers, which are also now superseded by
a kernel input device. LP: #560551.

92. By Torsten Spindler

Repair asus-touchpad.sh by using grep. (LP: #506442)

91. By Steve Langasek

* lib/state-funcs, start.d/60-asus-wireless-led.sh, asus-wireless.sh:
  eliminate setLEDAsusWireless altogether; this needs to be handled
  directly by the kernel when the kill switch is toggled, not in a racy
  and inconsistently-applied manner by acpi-support; and in at least some
  cases we know this already *does* happen because of reports that
  /sys/devices/platform/asus-laptop/wlan, used for toggling "the LED" with
  the current kernel module, is actually an interface for toggling *the
  antenna* that happens to also toggle the LED. Likewise, we should not
  be responsible for bringing up the antenna at boot, so get rid of the
  file in the start.d directory. LP: #293943, #204378, #334368.
* Now that the last script is gone from start.d, kill off the directory
  and the init script handling too.
* Remove the asus-wireless-2 event handler, which is completely redundant
  with the pre-existing asus-wireless-{off,on} handlers. LP: #207871.

[ Erik Andrén ]
* Add support for ATKD 00000037 to events/asus-touchpad.
  This makes the disable touchpad buttons (!) on the EeePc 1005HA work as
  intended. LP: #502720.

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