Subject: Re: The user-controllable LEDs on an Intel ISP1100
To: Nathan J. Williams <nathanw@MIT.EDU>
From: Al B. Snell <>
List: port-i386
Date: 11/06/2000 23:36:59
On 6 Nov 2000, Nathan J. Williams wrote:

> > isp1100_ledctl [--power={on|sleep|fail1|fail2}] [--u1={off|on}] [--u2={off|on}]
> Can you make it work via sysctl instead? Proliferation of foo*ctl
> programs is kind of annoying, especially ones that are just going to
> turn a couple of knobs.

This thing isn't kernel-side - it's a purely userland application that
will live in pkgsrc (if it's accepted). So adding it into sysctl would be
most inappropriate :-)

>         - Nathan


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