Posts Tagged ‘APS’

Kernel Cleaning

So after a couple of rounds of kernel updates on my Ubuntu install, a little housekeeping was in order. To remove the older kernel versions, uninstall linux-image-x.x.xx (just “removal”) from Synaptic Package Manager. Probably a good idea to keep the last version before the current one. If you’re multibooting, you may need to tweak Grub […]

Jaunty Adventures – Part 2: Smackaroo

Still no luck with getting the trackpoint settings to stick after a suspend. While researching a fix for the trackpoint, I got distracted trying to get APS to work. APS is sort of a harddisk shock protector available in recent models Thinkpads. This post worked great for me (kernel 2.6.28) to get the hdaps module […]