Re: [PATCH] asus-wmi: use ASUS_WMI_METHODID_DSTS2 as default DSTS ID.
Just FYI. (I'm not filing a bug because I'm not sure if anyone's
experienced this with Debian kernels.)
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On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 11:21 AM, Carsten Otto
> Dear all,
> the patch seems to be integrated in 3.5.4 (current stable kernel). When
> rebasing using git I see that the patch is not applied on top, most
> likely because it was already included somewhere in the official stable
> Linux itself.
Easy workaround is to blacklist/remove asus-wmi (and/or
eeepc-wmi/asus-nb-wmi). I think ubuntu guys are working on it, and
since they seems to be working with Asus (and I'm not), it will be
easier for them.
> As mentioned in the following Ubuntu bug report, this patch causes
> problems (which I also observe).
> It takes me about 10 tries to successfully boot my system. In the
> unsuccessful tries the screen is blanked shortly during the boot process
> and nothing happens (the magic keys don't work, network access cannot be
> tested that early).
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