Subject: Re: acpi functional porting
To: Alexander V. Butenko <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chavdar Ivanov <email@example.com>
Date: 02/20/2007 13:50:21
On 20/02/07, Alexander V. Butenko <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Tue, 20 Feb 2007 you wrote:
> > >> Did you not see my earlier message? I don't know about dock station
> > >> detection, as I have never seen one, but the rest works.
> > >Nope. I dont saw.
> > I don't know, some delay from gmail I suppose...
> Yeh, your second mail not in ml yet.
I've noticed that before - it could be some graylisting or something.
Eventually they trickle through.
> > [4.3.2]ci@lisa:~> uname -a
> > NetBSD lisa 4.99.12 NetBSD 4.99.12 (LISA.MPACPI) #20: Mon Feb 19
> > 22:39:52 GMT 2007
> > root@lisa:/usr/obj/sys/arch/i386/compile/LISA.MPACPI i386
> > [4.3.2]ci@lisa:~> envstat -r
> > acpibat0 present
> > acpitz4 temperature: 75.000 degC
> Hm, i dont know about envstat. Thanks for pointing me.
> > >Can you show me the options which you have enabled in your config?
> > >is seems GENERIC.MPACPI doesnt provide such functional. my config is
> > >based on it
> > I also start from the same, but I have my
> > /usr/src/sys/dev/acpi/acpica/Osd/dsdt.hex
> And does your machine makes poweroff without pressing a button?
Yes. As far as the suspend/resume, I did a bit of testing a few months
ago without success; as it is not very important to me ( I have to
dual-boot the laptop to use the VPN), I left it at that.
> It seems that the only problem that left unsolved for me in acpi. Except
> suspend2ram. But i don't hope that it will be working soon because it
> depends on tons of factors.
> Ok, thanks a lot for help.
You are welcome. I don't understand that bit well enough, but as I got
it to work at one stage it just gets through the system rebuilds and I
keep forgetting what did I do to begin with; mailing list archives
(and gmail) do a good job though. I'll try the suspend now - risking a
few minutes fsck...