User:Piccobello/Wireless

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My /etc/acpi/wireless.sh with lots of debugging info

#!/bin/bash
# Find and enable/disable wireless devices

for DEVICE in /sys/class/net/*; do
    if [ -d $DEVICE/wireless ]; then
# $DEVICE is a wireless device. Check if it's powered on:
        echo $DEVICE power state `cat $DEVICE/device/power/state`
        if [ `cat $DEVICE/device/power/state` = 0 ]; then
# It's powered on. Switch it off.
            echo Switching off
            echo -n 3 > $DEVICE/device/power/state;
            echo $DEVICE power state `cat $DEVICE/device/power/state`
#Check SW kill switch status
#see /usr/src/linux-source-2.6.12/Documentation/networking/README.ipw2100
            if [ -e $DEVICE/device/rf_kill ]; then
                echo $DEVICE rf_kill `cat $DEVICE/device/rf_kill`
                if [ `cat $DEVICE/device/rf_kill` = 0 ]; then
                    echo -n 1 > $DEVICE/device/rf_kill
                    echo $DEVICE rf_kill `cat $DEVICE/device/rf_kill`
                fi
            fi
            echo 0
        else
# It's powered off. Switch it on.
            echo Switching on
            echo -n 0 > $DEVICE/device/power/state;
            echo $DEVICE power state `cat $DEVICE/device/power/state`
#Check SW kill switch status
#see /usr/src/linux-source-2.6.12/Documentation/networking/README.ipw2100
            if [ -e $DEVICE/device/rf_kill ]; then
                echo $DEVICE rf_kill `cat $DEVICE/device/rf_kill`
                if [ `cat $DEVICE/device/rf_kill` -gt 0 ]; then
                    echo -n 0 > $DEVICE/device/rf_kill
                    echo $DEVICE rf_kill `cat $DEVICE/device/rf_kill`
                fi
            fi
            echo 1
        fi
    fi
done