Re: How to disable APM COMPLETELY (Use ACPI instead?)
I don't know if it is possible to tell Debian not to use APM at all.
But at least you can run dselect after you ran tasksel and then
"unselect" the apmd package.
And you can add a line to /etc/lilo.conf: append="apm=off".
You can add this line somewhere on the top of the file, so it applies to
all kernelimages listed blow.
Hope this helps.
On Wed, 2003-09-17 at 17:43, Overkill of TASF wrote:
> My Ashton Digital Passport 2100 laptop does not support APM. Not only that,
> but when Debian attempts to do ANYTHING with APM, it hard locks. Whether
> loading kernel support or installing the APM package, it'll just freeze
> I've seen that APM is getting installed after I run through Tasksel... I
> assume it's in the "laptop" package set or something. Is there some way to
> tell Debian, GLOBALLY, not to install APM, but to use ACPI instead?
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