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    SubjectRe: APM/ACPI
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    Hmm, not to point fingers or anything, but...

    "The WindowsXP that came preinstalled supported it!"

    I dunno, perhaps there is some proprietary protocol? Is ACPI backwards
    compat with APM? I mean, if the laptop doesn't support APM, would that
    mean it can't support ACPI?

    Thanks again,
    Sean Etc.

    On Fri, 2001-11-02 at 13:34, Alan Cox wrote:
    > > I don't see anything regarding ACPI. I also read that ACPI should
    > > automatically take over APM if support is available. How can I tell if
    > > I'm not using ACPI because it's not supported, or because it's not
    > > compiled in?
    >
    > Red Hat shipped kernels dont include acpi. The -1% for the battery
    > percentage does look like the laptop may not support much APM if any
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