Re: FTBFS for illegal archs
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Matthew Garrett schrieb:
|>Not quite unlikely. In fact ACPI support for the Pegasos is on my todo
| The Pegasos doesn't support ACPI - it has no ACPI tables anywhere in its
I am aware of that. That is what is on my list. Enabling support in the
kernel should be trivial after that.
| To the best of my knowledge, it has nothing that approximates
| it either. ACPI is a specification for setting up interrupts, hardware
| management and putting an entire machine to sleep. In the general case,
| it has nothing to do with power management of individual devices.
ACPI also handles individual devices. You can put individual devices
into one of three sleep levels and get them back, at least in theory.
This may help a lot with graphics boards, as some have the super-secret
init sequence as AML in their SSDT.
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