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diagnostics.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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# Copyright (C) 2010 Bryce Harrington <bryce@ubuntu.com>
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00026 class Diagnostic:
    def __init__(self):
        self.name = None

    def run(self):
        pass

    def results(self):
        return "Results"

    def backup_xorg_conf(self):
        # xorg_conf_backup="/etc/X11/xorg.conf-backup-${timestamp}"
        # cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf ${xorg_conf_backup}
        print "Your config could not be backed up."
        return False

    def default_config(self):
        if not self.backup_xorg_conf():
            return False

        # rm /etc/X11/xorg.conf
        #print "Failure restoring configuration to default."
        #print "Your config has not been changed."
        print "Your configuration has been restored to default and"
        print "your old configuration backed up.  Please restart."
        return True

    def run_xorgconf(self):
        if not self.backup_xorg_conf():
            return False

        # Xorg :99 -configure
        print "Could not generate a new configuration"
        return False

    def view_xorg_log(self):
        # zenity --text-info --filename=$xorg_log --width=640 --height=480
        pass

    def view_gdm_log(self):
        # zenity --text-info --filename=${gdm_log_1} --width=640 --height=480
        pass

    def verify_xorgconf(self):
        # Run Alberto's xorg.conf checker (once it's available in main)
        print "Sorry, this option is not implemented yet"
        return False

    def edit_config(self):
        if not self.backup_xorg_conf():
            return False

        # xorg_conf_tmp=$(mktemp -t xorg.conf.XXXXXXXX)
        # zenity --text-info --editable --filename=/etc/X11/xorg.conf --width=640 --height=480 > "${xorg_conf_tmp}" && mv "${xorg_conf_tmp}" /etc/X11/xorg.conf
        # chmod 644 /etc/X11/xorg.conf

    def save_config_logs(self):
        pass
        #xorg_backup_name=failsafeX-backup-${timestamp}
        #xorg_backup_dir=$(mktemp -d -t ${xorg_backup_name}.XXX)
        #xorg_backup_file=/var/log/${xorg_backup_name}.tar

        # cp $xorg_conf $xorg_backup_dir
        #cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf $xorg_backup_dir
        #cp ${xorg_log} $xorg_backup_dir
        #cp ${xorg_log}.old $xorg_backup_dir
        #cp ${gdm_log} $xorg_backup_dir
        #cp ${gdm_log_1} $xorg_backup_dir
        #cp ${gdm_log_2} $xorg_backup_dir
        #lspci -vvnn > ${xorg_backup_dir}/lspci-vvnn.txt
        #xrandr --verbose > ${xorg_backup_dir}/xrandr-verbose.txt
        #tar -cf ${xorg_backup_file} ${xorg_backup_dir}
        #rm -rf ${xorg_backup_dir}

        #zenity --info --text "$(eval_gettext 'Relevant configuration and log files have been saved to:\n')"\$xorg_backup_file"\n$(gettext 'Bug reports can be submitted at http://www.launchpad.net/ubuntu/.\n')"
    

    def system_checkup(self):
        # * Look if user's video card pci id is not listed as supported by kernel or driver
        # * Look if -vesa or -fbdev has been loaded
        # * Look if glxgears shows software rendering
        # * Look if user has proprietary driver loaded
        # * Look for error messages in Xorg.0.log, dmesg, etc.
        #   LOG_ERRORS=$(grep -e "^(EE)" $xorg_log)
        # * Look if EDID information indicates something is incorrect
        # * Check if user has anything in xorg.conf and using a free driver
        pass

    def measure_performance(self):
        # Do some basic 2D and 3D operations to get some performance measurements
        pass

    def menu(self, level):
        if level == "0":
            print "Choice:"
            print "1. Run Ubuntu in low-graphics mode for just one session"
            print "2. Reconfigure graphics"
            print "3. Troubleshoot the error"
            print "4. Exit to console login"

        elif level == "1":
            pass

        elif level == "2":
            print "Reconfiguration:"
            print "How would you like to reconfigure your display?"
            print "2a. Use default (generic) configuration"
            print "2b. Create new configuration for this hardware"
            print "2c. Use your backed-up configuration"

        elif level == "3":
            print "Troubleshooting:"
            print "What information would you like to review?"
            print "3a. Review the xserver log file"
            print "3b. Review the startup errors"
            print "3c. Edit configuration file"
            print "3d. Archive configuration and logs"

        else:
            print "xdiagnose walks you through troubleshooting a few common X errors."
            print
            print " * Screen blanks when lid is closed, and never comes back"
            print " * 3D performance is horrible"
            print " * Maximum resolution is lower than what screen can actually perform"

    def lid_close_blank(self):
        # Examine kernel logs to see if there was any evidence of it
        # Turn on storing of kernel logs from boot to boot
        # Tell user to reproduce the lid close blanking and then come back here
        # Once we know the cause, generate a quirk or whatnot for the issue
        pass

if __name__ == "__main__":

    diagnostic = Diagnostic()
    diagnostic.menu(0)


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