Bug#582212: Sorry, but I believe this bug was more of a misconfiguration.
On Sat, Apr 09, 2011 at 07:46:33PM +0200, Santiago Garcia Mantinan wrote:
> At least on my case I was blacklisting quite a few kernel modules on my
> guest of things I didn't want supported to save some memory, in the end it
> resulted that one of the modules (evdev I believe, I'll check it out for
> sure as soon as I have access to the machines, but I'm almost sure it was
> that one) was needed for acpi power button to be routed to the guest's
Yes. Such button presses are reported via the input system in the
meantime, not longer via the acpi special handling. So you need evdev.
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