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Framework-settings is a GTK+ gui to control BT/WIFI/USB-HOST/GPRS and GSM (commented out in the code since for some reason GSM won't wake back up from a force disable) using FSO. Currently it enables to connect to GPRS by changing the APN/USER/PASS in the script headers (/usr/bin/fso-settings) which isn't the best idea, and will be changed soon, to either using a config file or fso perfenences (if possible)
The best way to get resources and release them would be by using the request/release or set policy for resources, though those APIs do not allow force disabling of an interface which wasn't what I needed at the time.
Future updates will include changing policies for devices which is a much more elegant way of forcing apps out. Will hopefully soon support more settings implemented by the framework.
This package is a good complement to Siglaunchd. In that link there's a settings line in order to make it run this app after 1 or more seconds of holding the aux button.
- author: Tom Hacohen <available_at_profile>
- this is a python script so code resides in /usr/bin/fso-settings
- link: 0.3.0 package
- link: 0.4.0 package
I'm keeping the old version available as well because the new version is rather hackish.
- Hacked together the profile-changer so it can now change phone profiles
- The apn/user/password for gprs is now stored in a config file at /home/root/.fso-settings.conf
- The code got ugly because it's mostly a hack.
- also add a policy setting changer.
- change the gui to appear before dbus probes so launching wouldn't take so long.
- Power and settings are the same, that's just an infrastructure