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Re: questions on ACPI

On Tue, Jan 20, 2004 at 02:31:12PM +0100, Ducrot Bruno wrote:


> At first, kill acpid, then do a cat /proc/acpi/events
> Press the power button, or sleep button, do some ac plugging, unplugging,
> etc.  If some of those events are not properly reported, then write to
> the ACPI develloper ML list..
> If that work, you may have to instruct how acpid(8) will react for an
> event.  Look at /etc/acpi (on a debian system).
> PS: there may be a trouble with 'old' bios, or even newer in some kind
> of compatibility issues, and I think that the correct place to ask
> help is ACPI ml dev.

It seems that ACPI on my laptop reports events properly. The question is
'what utilities can I use to save energy', like throttling (on Pentium
II), suspending to memory/disk etc.


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