I applied the patch, and nothing changed, so it works :)
What tools do you use to check battery state? Any links on userland
tools for monitoring / controling the ACPI (other than acpiconf) ?
On my laptop, power switch, lid switch and stuff like that show up under
boot-up, but they do not work. Is there a default behaviour, or do I
need a userland tool to configure what should happen?
(VIA PN133 chipset)
I also see CPU throttling show up on boot-up (a total of 16 steps,
wow). When I unplug the power, "system profile" changes from power to
economy. Is it possible to do any more fine-grained control of this?
Anyone know what the status is on the disk spindown patch (ATA)? I saw
some references to a old patch for this somewhere, and that Søren had
some things he could commit, when he got the time :)
My desktop computer automaticly shuts down whenever I hit the power
button, so I guess it works there, but not on my laptop :(
Is there a updated homepage for the ACPI project somewhere? I think the
ACPI implementation for FreeBSD rocks, but it has a long way to go
before it's perfect. So I would love to help out.
On Thu, 2002-08-22 at 16:51, Mitsuru IWASAKI wrote:
> I'm going to import Intel acpica-unix-20020815 sometime early next
> week. Please test new version of acpica and give feedback before my
> Major fix in this version is Ref/Deref operators bug fix.
> Personally I'm very happy with the new version because
> now my laptop (FIVA 206VL) reports correct battery info. :-)
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