[coreboot] Device mapping problem
klaus123 at ibnoetzold.de
Wed Apr 2 12:42:11 CEST 2008
> Uwe Hermann wrote:
>>> And of course on original bios system DMI 2.2 is started. On coreboot
>>> is not present or is invalid.
>> Not a problem, either. coreboot doesn't provide DMI (not needed).
> That's not entirely true anymore. Nowadays Linux disables ACPI if DMI is
> not present. That results mostl likely in interrupts not working anymore.
> Klaus, can you try acpi=force on the kernel command line and see if that
> I have a DMI implementation in one of my trees that will be merged with
> the next major patch.
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That's no problem. I will try that kernel parameter and post my results.
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