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Re: APM disabled?

At boot type: linux (or whatever label you have) apm=on, or most easily,
put the following line in lilo.conf, in the part related to linux image:


This should work (it does for me!).


Michael Dickey wrote:
> Still having trouble with apm - when computer (Dell Latitude D266XT)
> suspends, none of the things that are supposed to happen do (clock updates,
> pcmcia card suspend). Found this with dmesg:
> apm: BIOS version 1.2 Flags 0x03 (Driver version 1.13)
> apm: disabled on user request.
> APM is enabled in the bios and I haven't found any other place where
> I could have disabled it. Any ideas?
> Michael
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