This is a rewrite of led-event-notifier which uses a new way of monitoring notifications.
It still doesn’t have a GUI, but you can now configure it to select which pattern you want for which event, and you can disable events you don’t want a LED pattern for.
The config file resides in ~/.config/MohammadAG/led-event-notifier.conf
If it doesn’t exist, create it.
Here’s an example config:
[x-nokia.call.missed] active=true mce-pattern-name=PatternCommunication [x-nokia.software-update] active=false
Patterns are to be defined in /etc/mce/mce.ini, I’ll leave creating patterns as an exercise to the community (mostly cause I suck at it).
LEDPatternLystiRM680 section for N950, LEDPatternNJoyRM696 for the N9 (you’ll need to add the pattern under those and to:
# A list of all pattern names that should be configured LEDPatterns=PatternPowerOn;PatternPowerOff;PatternCommunication;PatternCommunicationAndBatteryFull;PatternBatteryCharging;PatternBatteryChargingFlat;PatternBatteryFull;PatternDeviceSoftOff
A full list of events can be found here: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=jvY6GYvR
devel-su #enter root pass wget http://mohammadag.xceleo.org/public/Harmattan/led-event-notifier_2.0_armel.deb /usr/sbin/incept led-event-notifier_2.0_armel.deb
devel-su #enter pass wget http://mohammadag.xceleo.org/public/Harmattan/led-event-notifier_2.0_armel.deb export AEGIS_FIXED_ORIGIN=com.nokia.maemo dpkg -i led-event-notifier_2.0_armel.deb
Thanks to javispedro for his work on sowatch and helping me with the manifest file