Ubuntu 9.10 acpi configuration scripts
I have installed the Ubuntu 9.10 on my Dell Inspiron 1520 laptop. The thing is, that, as with the previous versions of Ubuntu, the hard disk head parks/unparks the whole time, and the load cycle counts goes up very very fast. I wanted to use the previous method of putting the 99-hdd-spin-fix.sh file under /etc/acpi/(battery.d)(resume.d)..., but the problem is, these directories do not exist anymore.
How can I control the acpi under Ubuntu 9.10? Where should I put the script?
Re: Ubuntu 9.10 acpi configuration scripts
Hi, I'm having the same problem with wake up - when i enter this command which worked fine in Hardy,
sudo sh -c 'echo "2010-02-09 10:55:01" > /proc/acpi/alarm'
I get this
sh: cannot create /proc/acpi/alarm: Directory nonexistent
I've seen this thread
but haven't worked out how to apply it to normal plain ubuntu 9.10.
Any help out there?
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