Re: new laptop woes
Date: Tue May 11 2004 - 20:39:27 EST
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hi, yea nice to get a reply from you, I looked through all the listed
kernel bugs relating to api, and I found several submitted by you- I guess
i shouldve guessed you were the maintainer.
> try booting with "nolapic"
This worked - now seeing as it worked, and I can't find any mention of it
in the bootparam man page [and i havent dug through the source yet], what
exactly did i do?
> I escaped from CVS in 1994, underwent several years of therapy, and
> haven't used it since. I don't know what ACPI CVS is on SF, point me to
> it and I'll be happy to delete it.
hehe no problem, I was under the impression that was the 'official' site
for acpi, but i found that odd seeing as nothing on the site seemed newer
than ~12 months, and i knew that ACPI had undergone some fixes/changes
Anyways, thanks for the help. It's nice to have a bettery monitor now,
although Im guessing my laptop doesnt support other extensions [i.e.
current cpu temp in c is -------], but i suppose I can kind my answers
about that stuff in the man pages/documentation. Anyways thanks for the
help with the ACPI.
It is only the great men who are truly obscene. If they had not dared to
be obscene, they could never have dared to be great.
-- Havelock Ellis
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