I'm using Mandrake 9.0.  It's a fresh install.  I made the needed changes to the XF86Config. I don't know if they patched the kernel or not.  Should I try replacing it?

Thanks for helping

Kev

 Felix Kühling wrote:

On Mon, 30 Sep 2002 12:33:40 -0700 (PDT)
D S wrote:

>
> That sounds like it should help. But I'm not as skilled you yet. How do I remove that patch? Do I need to re-compile the kernel?

From your question I guess that you're using a kernel shipped with your
distribution. My situation is a lot different. I downloaded a kernel
from www.kernel.org and applied the ACPI patch myself before compiling
the kernel. Removing the patch actually means not applying it.

If you're using a kernel shipped with your distro it would be helpful to
know which distribution and which kernel version you're using. Maybe
some distributors include an ACPI patch in their kernels?

Cheer's
Felix

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