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SubjectRe: APM/ACPI
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Erg, hrm.  In 2.4.13 (Debian version, Linux tree I think) I enabled
ACPI, disabled APM. The latop locks up when the base ACPI support is
loaded.

How should I go about debugging this? I want this working.

Thanks,
Sean Etc.

On Fri, 2001-11-02 at 13:50, Alan Cox wrote:
> > OK, so there's a good chance then that if I compile in ACPI I can have
> > things work OK. Do I need something besides apmd to handle all that?
> > Will stuff like the GNOME battery applet still work?
>
> If you compile in ACPI your box might work. You will need different
> (development) tools and suspend wont work yet. ACPI is getting to the
> useful point but not quite there - expect an adventure
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