Re: kernel panic
From: Thomas Renninger
Date: Mon Oct 31 2011 - 07:23:52 EST
On Friday 28 October 2011 04:13:50 Thomas Renninger wrote:
> Ah, maybe an older acpidump got used and the _CST method of the
> object is in a not exported, dynamically loaded SSDT.
> This is very likely.
> Please use a very recent acpidump:
> Hm, Len's ftp directory on kernel.org where latest acpidump was
> located is gone?
I've put a (hopefully) recent acpidump source here:
Should get available in an hour or so.
I expect you see:
"Dynamic OEM Table Load"
message(s) in dmesg and the SSDT which includes the ACPI parts which are
causing this is loaded at runtime. Older acpidump versions were not able
to extract these, the one I put on my ftp account should be able to.
Can you run it and put the output somewhere (related Ubuntu bug?) and
provide a pointer to it, please.
Hm, you could create a bug here:
It looks like ACPI code in the _CST function is triggering an ACPICA
interpreter memory bug when it tries to evaluate the func (guessing...).
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