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SubjectRe: Solved: a strange slowing down problem
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>>>>> "DC" == Dong Chen <chen@ctpa04.mit.edu> writes:

DC> On some notebooks with Phoenix noteBIOS, if one enables Advanced
DC> Power Management in the Linux kernel, any processes running longer
DC> than 1 second are slowed down. This can be solved by:

DC> (1) Compile Linux with APM support,

DC> (2) Before booting Linux (at the lilo prompt):

DC> Enable BIOS APM support. DISABLE BIOS APM management, ie set
DC> the computer in High Performance mode.

DC> (3) Re-enable BIOS APM management after booting Linux.

However, in my case linux then says:
APM BIOS version 1.1 Flags 0x0c (Driver version 1.2)
No 32 bit BIOS support

Also, how would I re-enable BIOS APM support after booting linux?

Personally I think Phoenix NoteBIOS sucks terribly. However, I am
stuck with it for the time being.


Benny

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