PCChips M758LMR+ works for me but...
Ronald G Minnich
rminnich at lanl.gov
Fri Oct 4 10:28:01 CEST 2002
On Fri, 4 Oct 2002, Todd E. Johnson wrote:
> I primarily have been using ACPI for startup & shutdown. Startup will
> always work when there is momentary contact to the power header. ACPI
> fails to load which causes it to not see the power button. There is not
> an ACPI directory under /proc, so ACPID has nothing to watch for (ex:
> Momentary contact on the power button to initiate `shutdown`.
The trend in the free os community is to do ACPI functions in the OS --
this is smart, I think. You need to get ACPI tables from the existing BIOS
and then see how far the Linux ACPI emulator is and how well it works.
This is a bit of work but would be a huge help and we would love to have a
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