Re: acpi package
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On Fri, 2002-05-03 at 09:48, Alessandro Speranza wrote:
> Hi again folks.
> I've received this message twice, is there a transmission problem?
> On Fri, 3 May 2002, Daniel Pittman wrote:
> > Do you mean the package 'acpi'?
> That's right.
> > > Is it related to the sourceforge.net acpi project?
> > Yes.
> > > I've used the patch acpi from sourceforge.net for my kernel 2.4.17,
> > > and, although limited, it recognizes battery, AC power, buttons and
> > > stuff. THe thing I'm missing is an applet to monitor battery charge
> > > and the battery lasts just about one and half hour with the ACPI I've
> > > got. Does anyone know if this acpi package would help me anyhow?
> > It would let you query the ACPI information on the command line, just
> > like the apm command does. Not much more than that, though.
> Hmmm. I don't know much about APM and I don't know much about ACPI
> either. I've discovered aftere I bought my Compaq Presario 700 that it's
> ACPI and that the ACPI developement is a bit behind. On the other hand it
> works fine, apart from the battery life. Ok then, I don't really
> understand what this package does. I've got acpi in /proc and all the
> direvotories related to the different acpi devices (battery and what
> else), but the event file is empty. SO...does anyone know how does one use
> the acpi (or the acpid) package? Or do you know where I can read about
> them before I install them?
> > You are probably better off with APM if your system supports it.
> I've compile APM support as modules, so I guess I can load, but my
> computer is ACPI, so I don't know how that works...hmmmm I'm a bit
> Cheers everyone
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