I want help you with your acpi work. I have thinkpad t61.
Could you write a small to do. Step by step, how tests your patches?
Which information is important for send.
On Wed, 2012-05-16 at 11:31 +0900, Mitsuru IWASAKI wrote:
> > First of all, thank you very much for your work! I wanted to do it
> > for very long time but I had no time to actually implement it. :-)
> Welcome! I also wanted to do this for very long time but I had no
> time and test machines ;)
> Recently I got Core Duo (Thinkpad X60) and Core 2 Duo (X61) machines.
> I have some more ideas on wakecode but I'm not sure whether it is possible
> for now. I'll propose it when it is ready.
> > I know for sure it is not related to your patches. In fact, we cannot
> > resume most NVIDIA controllers without NVIDIA kernel driver + binary
> > X.org driver + VT switching hack (i.e.,
> Hmm, my knowledge on recent hardware is very poor, so your comments
> are very helpful to catch up. Thanks.
> > > We can improve video initialization on another opportunity. Linux
> > > have many video hacks while we have only hw.acpi.reset_video ;)
> > FYI, we don't need hw.acpi.reset_video any more (and it is even
> > harmful). It is done from vesa.ko now.
> Yeah, I thought that we need INT10 to set video mode again in
> realmode, but found it can be done in protected mode with
> x86bios_intr(), great!
> Anyway, thanks for many things!
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