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SubjectRe: ACPI trouble (Was: Re: [patch] amd athlon cooling on kt266/266a chipset)
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On Thursday, 24. January 2002 18:22, Rasmus Bøg Hansen wrote:
> Hello Dieter
>
> > Hello Rasmus,
> >
> > I hope that I've extracted your name right?
>
> Yup, just a danish letter in my middle-name :-)

You see, my KDE-2.2.2 (iso-8859-15, Europe) kann handle it easily...;-)

> > > However, after disabling APM and enabling ACPI, my system won't power
> > > off anymore :-(
> >
> > This should be easily solved.
> >
> > I point on your distro's startup scripts. They only look if apm is
> > enabled but _NOT ACPI...
>
> Well, RedHat 7.2 does not look if apm or acpi is configured, it just
> uses -p unless the command run was 'halt' or 'reboot'.

OK.

> When running '/sbin/poweroff' from single-user, 'halt -i -d p' is the
> last command run by the halt script. The I get the message 'Power down.'
> from the kernel and my system just hangs here.

What if you do it by hand?

> When running /sbin/poweroff from runlevel 3 or 5, 'halt -i -d -p' is
> again the last command run, follwing this from the kernel:
>
> Power down.
> hwsleep-0178 [02] Acpi_enable_sleep_state: Entering S5

Maybe this is an indication of broken BIOS.
You should grep for the ACPI diagnosis tools and send your results to the
acpi-devel list.

> And again my system hangs. Pressing the power button for 4 seconds turns
> off the computer (the BIOS is set to 'immediate power off').

What? This is contradictorily.

> In runlevel 3, the following modules are loaded (some are patched in
> from the iptables package. They should not cause this, as I can
> reproduce this without iptables configured/patched at all):

Should all be unrelated.

>
> From my 'make menuconfig:
>
> [*] Power Management support
> [*] ACPI support
> [*] ACPI Debug Statements
> <*> ACPI Bus Manager
> <*> System
> <*> Processor
> < > Button
> < > AC Adapter
> < > Embedded Controller
> < > Advanced Power Management BIOS support

I have Button enabled, too. Please try.

My .config file looks like this:

CONFIG_ACPI=y
# CONFIG_ACPI_DEBUG is not set
CONFIG_ACPI_BUSMGR=y
CONFIG_ACPI_SYS=y
CONFIG_ACPI_CPU=y
CONFIG_ACPI_BUTTON=y
# CONFIG_ACPI_AC is not set
# CONFIG_ACPI_EC is not set
# CONFIG_APM is not set


> At bootup I get the following regarding ACPI:

Can you send the fist lines from your boot log?
Maybe you should CC to acpi-devel.

>
> tbxface-0099 [01] Acpi_load_tables : ACPI Tables successfully
> loaded
> Parsing
> Methods:...................................................................
>................................................ 115 Control Methods found
> and parsed (364 nodes total)
> ACPI Namespace successfully loaded at root c0286ee0
> ACPI: Core Subsystem version [20011018]
> evxfevnt-0081 [02] Acpi_enable : Transition to ACPI mode
> successful
> Executing device _INI methods:.......................................
> 39 Devices found: 39 _STA, 0 _INI
> Completing Region and Field initialization:...................
> 17/24 Regions, 2/2 Fields initialized (364 nodes total)
> ACPI: Subsystem enabled
> ACPI: System firmware supports S0 S1 S4 S5
> Processor[0]: C0 C1 C2, 8 throttling states

Here is something missing. Ah, the power button thing.

>
> My motherboard is an Asus A7V133-C. Output from lspci -v:

> 00:04.4 Bridge: VIA Technologies, Inc. VT82C686 [Apollo Super ACPI] (rev
> 40) Subsystem: Asustek Computer, Inc.: Unknown device 8042
> Flags: medium devsel, IRQ 9
> Capabilities: <available only to root>

Unknown device 8042

Maybe here is something missing, too.

The ACPI people should lighten this. --- Andrew?

> I have very little knowledge of ACPI,

I am, too...;-)

But hey, we have OSS and Andrew and his team. They did very good work!

> ut I'll be happy to help

Every "new" ACPI chip need support.

> (if this is not my fault of course - then I will apologize for taking your
> time

Never mind.

Regards,
Dieter
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