TuxOnIce's userspace user interface appeared in 2.1.7 as a "Possibly broken
developer option". It allows you put the user interface of TuxOnIce into a
userspace process which offers a great deal of flexibility as to what can
To get things going, you'll need the following:
- A TuxOnIce enabled kernel with tuxonice_userui enabled either as a
kernel module or compiled into the kernel.
tuxonice-userui (0.7.3-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Add ramdisk support, which means you can now include tuxonice-userui
binaries within a ramdisk by simply running 'update-initramfs
-u'. This command is automatically run on package installation.
-- Arnaud Fontaine <email@example.com> Tue, 20 Jan 2009 11:51:00 +0000
tuxonice-userui (0.7.2+clean-3) unstable; urgency=low
1.1 (11 February 2012)
- Make it easier to see what's going on with framebuffer support by sending
messages through to the kernel, which will put them in dmesg (when not
running in test mode).
- Fix Text mode userui so that it works when fbsplash isn't compiled in,
by moving initialisation code that should have been in the text ui to it.
- Don't assume fbsplash support is always c
tuxonice-userui (1.0.git20100407~ppa14~oneiric1) oneiric; urgency=low
* New upstream GIT snapshot
- Fix jerkiness of fbanim
- Fix memory usage - either use it, or get rid of it.
- Support non-qwerty
Bernard Blackham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Henrix Brix Andersen <email@example.com>
The fbsplash modu
This is the Debian/Ubuntu package for tuxonice-userui. The package was
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