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    SubjectRe: [Bug 41722] Clevo M5X0JE hangs in ACPI init
    Hi, Bjorn and others,

    Now that bugzilla is up, I think that I can resume testing things on
    that problematic notebook that I mentioned in earlier e-mails, so that
    mom (in CC) can use her notebook with Linux.

    For the record, *some* description of the problem is at:


    The first one is a regression that I bisected, while the second one
    seems to be a bit harder to understand for a layman like me.

    Of couse, I can summarize what I found and what I didn't.

    Sorry for the top-posting, but it is here to keep the context of the
    previous message.

    Rogério Brito.

    On Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 19:22, <> wrote:
    > --- Comment #15 from Rogério Brito <>  2011-09-06 22:22:44 ---
    > Dear Bjorn,
    > Sorry for not responding promptly but I had some family members with health
    > problems. Things are settling right now and I think that I can be faster now.
    > (In reply to comment #14)
    >> So it looks like 2.4.27 doesn't even try to enable ACPI mode, and 2.6.8 hangs
    >> the same way as 3.1.0-rc3.
    > Yes, exactly.
    >> Can you try 2.6.28?  If that doesn't boot, try the Ubuntu 9.04 kernel, which
    >> was reported to boot on your machine/BIOS.
    > Unfortunately, I tried to boot with that version of the Ubuntu live CD and it
    > crashed the same way. I may try it once again, paying more attention if it
    > behaves differently in any kind of way, though.
    > Oh, talking about PCI and ACPI failing, could you take a look at issue #41132
    > to see if you can help with another machine that stopped working after a commit
    > that I bisected?
    > Thanks,
    > Rogério Brito.
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