From: Dino Klein <dinoklein@ho...> - 2004-07-14 01:46:50
Which DSDT on on acpi.sf.net?
I saw a single entry for Fujitsu-Siemens, but the name didn't say "Amilio
>From: "Gaetano Sferra" <g.sferra.s2@...>
>Subject: [ACPI] Why nobody help me?
>Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2004 17:18:24 +0200
>Hello to all,
>ACPI errors on my AMILO D laptop still here, I'm waiting
>support from you. In last post of mine there is all details on
>AE_NOT_EXISTS boot errors and the dsdt attachment for my
>laptop. There isn't a valid or patched dsdt in your database at
>http://acpi.sourceforge.net so I still waiting for instructions.
>I'm using a 2.4.26 acpi-patched kernel and in the /proc/acpi directory
>all reports seems to be freezed, temperature 75C, trip points 85C,
>polling frequency is disabled and the cooling mode isn't supported at all.
>May be it is a config problem, I've readed all howtos in your site
>but... nothing... can someone help me please?
> See my previous postings for more details.... or ask to me...
>Thank you for your great job,
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From: Brown, Len <len.brown@in...> - 2004-07-26 21:18:13
>> The only workaround I
>> need is having OS to report bewing Windows NT instead of Linux to get
>> the interrupts working.
>and how you do that?
acpi_os_name=3D"Microsoft Windows NT"
note that this is the default in the latest ACPI patch.
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