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SubjectRE: 2xQ: Is PM + ACPI but /no/ APM a valid configuration? Interru pts enabled in APM set power state?
Andrew,

--On Wednesday, 31 October, 2001 11:26 AM -0800 "Grover, Andrew"
<andrew.grover@intel.com> wrote:

>> From: Alex Bligh - linux-kernel [mailto:linux-kernel@alex.org.uk]
>> PM, ACPI, no APM
>>
>> This is the wierd one. I get a pile of scrolly
>> messages which I think is ACPI debugging
>> and appear to be uninterruptible - SysRq K crashes
>> the machine. They are attached at the bottom.
>>
>> Is this a valid configuration? I can't see why
>> not.
>
> If I may interpret the debug messages...do they go away if you compile in
> the ACPI embedded controller driver? That appears to be part (if not all)
> of the problem.

For the hard of understanding, such as myself, do you mean the
ACPI bus manager (CONFIG_ACPI_BUSMGR)? I had that unset, on
the basis of least change, but can try it, or did you mean
something else?

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Alex Bligh
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