#1 Device Identification

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nobody
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2005-06-11
2005-05-29
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Is there anyway to associate the device list from
"acpitool -w" with say the stuff returned by lspci? I get:

[dave@fubar ~/ndiswrapper-1.1]# acpitool -w
Device Sleep state Status
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1. LID 3 *enabled
2. KBC0 3 disabled
3. MSE0 3 disabled
4. PB4 4 enabled
5. P2P 4 enabled
6. ELAN 4 enabled

I'm guess "LID" is the lid switch for my laptop and
KBC0 and MSE0 are the PS/2 port for keyboard and mouse.
As to the other, I can only guess.

Thanks,
dave@davenjudy.org

Discussion

  • David Leemans

    David Leemans - 2005-06-11

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    Afaik lspci only returns PCI devices (incluging AGP and
    Cardbus).
    "acpitool -w" returns all devices the kernel considers to be
    capable of waking up a machine.
    So, afaict, these device lists do not necesarily correspond
    to each other.
    I agree the device names returned by "acpitool -w" do not
    always seem meaningfull. LID is indeed the lid switch of a
    laptop.
    Maybe the kernel ACPI sources provide more information.

    Regards,

    David Leemans

     
  • David Leemans

    David Leemans - 2005-06-11
    • priority: 5 --> 1
    • status: open --> closed
     

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