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SubjectRe: What are rules for acpi_ex_enter_interpreter?
Hi!

> > I did NOT verified other callers of acpi_walk_namespace... And there
> > is still some problem left, as although now S5 is listed as available,
> > poweroff still does nothing instead of poweroff.
>
> Replying to myself, after following change in additon to acpi_ex_...
> poweroff on my machine works. It should probably map type 0 => 0, 3 => 1
> and 7 => 2, but it is hard to decide without VIA datasheet, so change
> below is minimal change needed to get poweroff through ACPI to work on my
> ASUS A7V.

You should printk loudly during bootup, so people know their hw is b0rken.

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