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SubjectRe: 2.6.12.3 clock drifting twice too fast (amd64)
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YH

On 8/17/05, Jeff Mahoney <jeffm@suse.com> wrote:
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> fyhlu wrote:
> > Me too. If use latest kernel mouse is dead.
> >
> > By the way, did you solve the battery problem in Linux. "Can not read
> > battery status"
>
> Yes. It's a problem with the DSDT. Install pmtools (for iasl - the acpi
> compiler) and grab
> ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/people/jeffm/acpi/Acer_Ferrari_4000.DSDT.asl
>
> You'll need to enable ACPI_CUSTOM_DSDT to do use it, or if you're on a
> SUSE system (sorry, I don't know if/which other systems support this),
> you can enable a new DSDT by including it in the init{rd,ramfs}. (See
> the -a option to mkinitrd)
>
> The attached script will turn your AML file into a character array for
> use with ACPI_CUSTOM_DSDT.
>
> There are other issues that need to be worked out in the DSDT, and since
> I'm not an ACPI guru (or even anything beyond a casual observer), this
> may take some time. Specifically, I get this ...
> nsxfeval-0251 [06] acpi_evaluate_object : Handle is NULL and Pathname
> is relative
> ... for several paths, which a bit of debugging tells me is _PR[0-3]
> from the root node. Unfortunately, there is no instance of _PR[0-3] in
> the DSDT asl file.
>
> - -Jeff
>
> - --
> Jeff Mahoney
> SuSE Labs
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