In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Mark Murray writes:
: > I don't know either.  However, it might be because of permission
: > problems.  It will return EINVAL when it can't open the apm file for
: > write.  Maybe a devfs related issue?
: I don't have devfs on this system yet.

Odd that.  That's the only place that you can get the error you
reported.  what does ls -l /dev/apm say?


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