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Only the vendors themselves know the real answer but here are some guesses. I would assume that it's simply because it would make the device more expensive. By requiring the OS to inject firmware at run time they get to avoid the need for non-volatile memory like ROM or Flash on the device. Secondarily, I would assume the vendors might also feel that the ...
When you mention 'contained in the device already' I am assuming you are referring to a method for device driver and firmware to allow a scenario of an operating system to query a device with a predetermined (possibly sanctioned API by the IEEE or other governing body) to then respond with a response of 'here is my device driver memory chip location address' ...
I'm blacklisted ideapad_laptop module and now seems to all works fine! echo blacklist ideapad_laptop > /etc/modprobe.d/bad_rfkill.conf depmod -ae update-initramfs -u And rebooted. What i disabled with removing this module except wireless interface?
You also can take a look into Munin. Munin is a lightweight and easy to configurable monitoring tool. http://munin-monitoring.org/
If you want to code some of this yourself you should take a look at at RRDTool You will need to script a method for inputting data to an RRD database and by running a simple command you can output png (the default) images of graphs. Otherwise there are quite a large number of web based applications that can log and graph metrics on a server. One that ...
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