YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THAT VERSION AND ALL PREVIOUS VERSIONS FROM
*CHANGELOG* v2.1 - added configfile functionality - position of the osd can be altered - osd-imagetheme can be changed - improved wifi-on-off script - added command to fn+f6 hotkey - various minor bugfixes v2.0 - scriptpack now uses a customized version of the asusosd application, so it does not have to be built around the asusosd application anymore but can make real use of it - a lot of the external scripts could be removed since their functionality was moved into the custom asusosd executable - the issue with slow or leaping display of volume level should be improved a lot with this release - the installer script was modified so it can be used to upgrade an older version without any precautions necessary (this behaviour will be kept for any future version) v1.1 - removed unnecessary debug-output in volume_control.sh - create a lot more sophisticated install script which will make sure directories exist and files and directories get the needed permissions - added logging to the install script so that progress and errors are logged to logfiles for easier debugging v1.0 - the initial version of the scriptpackOkay, i had a day off from university today and put together a small scriptpack that will enable the asus osd that is used in xandros in our eeeXubuntu.
Because i already wrote a README file for the pack i am just copying the contents in here so you can read yourselves what it can do.
I have only tested this on my eeeXubuntu r3 install and it runs flawless with compiz and without this does not mean it will run on your install of eeeXubuntu as well. Thats why i need your feedback and info whether it works for you or not so i can further improve the scripts.
you can download the scriptpack from:
to install simply save the file, then open a console and move to the directory where you stored the file and execute these commands
tar xvfz eeexubuntu-osd.tar.gz cd eeexubuntu-osd sudo ./install.shafter the installation has finished you need to reboot to make everything work.
here comes the content of the readme file:
.------------------------------------------------. | | | eeeXubuntu ASUS OSD Scriptpack v1.0 | | by Graves | | | .------------------------------------------------. *INFO* This scriptpack will enable the standard asus osd (from preinstalled xadros) for acpi events under eeeXubuntu. This scriptpack was written and tested with eeeXubuntu r3. *FEATURES* - Support for switching wifi on and off with On screen display (OSD) of wifi status - Changing Brightness with OSD of current Brightness - Changing Volume and muting sound with OSD of sound status *INSTALL* To install simply go to the folder where you extracted the zipfile and invoke the install.sh script as root: sudo ./install.sh After installation has finished you have to reboot to make the scriptpack work. *DISCLAIMER* The author takes no responsibility for any damage or harm these scripts might cause to your system. Use this scriptpack at your own risk and make sure to backup your files before installation. *CHANGELOG* v1.0 - the initial version of the scriptpack *CONTACT* For questions and feedback you can mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Edited by Graves, 28 February 2008 - 02:27 AM.