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SubjectRe: 2.4.15pre6: CONFIG_APM=m causes hangup on boot
On Tue Nov 20 20:48:30 2001, Pozsar Balazs wrote:
> I've just been playing with config possibilities and found that if i
> compile a kernel with CONFIG_APM=m it hangs during boot (see bootlog).
> If i choose CONFIG_APM=y everything works well except that i cannot use
> acpi since apm is initialized first (btw, why?? -> i would rahter use acpi
> if both are available).

Pass 'apm=off' to Linux when you are booting: apm will not be started
and acpi will take its place.

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Marty
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