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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/3] Dell Airplane Mode Switch driver
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On Monday 22 December 2014 15:27:57 Alex Hung wrote:
> = Testing =
>
> I tested six Dell systems for two sets of patches for dell radio
> button - two system with radio slider and four with radio hotkey.
> There are also two systems with working ARBT method.
>
> == Basic Information ==
> Based OS: Ubuntu 14.10 (kernel 3.16 [1]) and kernel 3.18 [2]
>
> Patches:
> 1. dell-wireless v3 = original v2 + Gabriele's suggestion [3]
> 2. dell-rbtn [4]
>
> Method:
> 1. run "rfkill list" and press hotkey / toggle slider during runtime
> 2. run "rfkill list" and toggle slider during S3
>
> == Results ==
>
> I summarized the tests in Google sheet as below. Please advise if
> anyone has problem reading it.
>
> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1voffS6dNglwAExSGh3UmG__UAO2qfZ829CkJLPo06aI/edit?usp=sharing
>
> PS. The document will stay as long as possible for future references.
>
> == Summary ==
>
> 1. I did not observed a duplicated event. However, keycode 240
> (unknown) is generated on many UUT. It is not issued by dell-laptop or
> del-wmi. I am suspecting it is the other event Pali observes but it
> can be the result of different distro.
>
> 2. Some system issues scancode "0xe0 0x73 0xe0 0xf3". It can also be
> used toggle wireless state but this can also be distro-dependent. This
> scancode does nothing on Ubuntu 14.10.
>
> 2. There are two systems with working ARBT (XPS 13 9333 and Inspiron
> 7447). Calling ARBT(1) changes BIOS behaviours, and this matches to
> Dell's document. We should include it in the patch for maximum
> capability.
>
>
> [1] dell-wireless is only tested 3.16.
> [2] dell-rbtn is tested on 3.16 and 3.18, but no differences are observed.
> [3] http://people.canonical.com/~alexhung/dell-wireless/
> [4] http://people.canonical.com/~alexhung/dell-rbtn/

I've just tried the last revision of dell-wireless and noticed that a
notification (0x80) is sent to DELLABCE after a transition from S3 to
S0, causing dell-wireless to send KEY_RFKILL. This shouldn't happen.
Same thing for transitions from S4 to S0.

Gabriele


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