pgf at laptop.org
Fri Mar 5 01:31:13 EST 2010
> I checked and all the power supplies that should be needed
> for wake-on-USB are present in XO-1.5. All ports may be powered
> in suspend, if the Linux USB driver supports it.
> The internal USB port (P4, which is present on the board at
> R392/R393) used by the two mock-ups provides power continuously --
> the keyboard is powered in suspend.
> (This is regarding Paul's great hack of replacing the XO
credit where credit is due -- i followed the instructions (i feel
like i should be writing "destructions") at instructables.com:
mine's just been more visible around 1cc over the years.
> keyboard with a non-membrane USB keyboard. Unfortunately
> we don't currently support waking up on a USB event, and I
> don't know if the keyboard controller we are using supports
> generating a wakeup event either.)
paul fox, pgf at laptop.org
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