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- Subject: Re: Power-Button
- From: Koen Vermeer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2004 17:28:48 +0100
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Op di 16-11-2004, om 16:37 schreef Andreas Tille:
> I guess and hope they are loaded automatically. I do not know the
> modules names but some of the modules which are printed by lsmod
> sound very similar. Would you think it is a bad idea to use ACPI
> in modules?
I guess not, but I just didn't know for sure they were being loaded.
> > Can you do a grep ACPI dmesg?
> ACPI: Power Button (FF) [PWRF]
That kind of conflicts with an earlier question:
KV: > Do you have something like 'ACPI: Power Button (FF) [PWRF]' in
So, the module is being loaded, no problem there. I'm out of new ideas
> > I think it's more of an ACPI issue than a kernel-specific thing,
> Well, the kernel sources come with ACPI - thus my short cut it's the
> kernel (in contrast to SwSusp2).
Sure, but if you're going to ask on the kernel list, they probably just
point you to the ACPI list. Just like ALSA stuff.
> Well, I now call hibernate when closing the lid and found out that opening
> the lid restarts the box and when using an alternate grub menu.list this
> nearly works as good as suspend to ram. So why should I whine. :)
If the manual says that it can do it, I always have to prove that by
actually doing it.