Description of problem:
Thinkpad Volume control keys has double effect.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Login to the computer(T42 Thinkpad)
2. Press the volume lower (XF86AudioLowerVolume) key of the computer
A window show up to notify that gnome is tuning the volume.
Unfortunately, the true volume I actually get is different from the one shown in
the window. The reason is that IBM Embeded controller has capture the button
press event and decrease its inchip volume setting, while gnome lowering the
volume of the master sound card. Both of the two lowering has effect.
Expected results: the volume is only lowered by either of the controller,
instead of both.
NOTE: It doesn't affact T61. T61 is troubled by a different problem, when an
external sound card is plugged in.
Maybe we should invent a quirk in hal like laptop_panel.brightness_in_hardware
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