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Re: acpi setup ?
2008/6/25 Michael Kell Jensen <mkj%micrun.net@localhost>:
> Chavdar Ivanov wrote:
>> 2008/6/25 Michael Kell Jensen <mkj%micrun.net@localhost>:
>>> Hi i have an IBM t60P machine
>>> And i have acpi enabled in the kernel.
>>> it detects when i open and close the lid.
>>> but it doesnt do anything, i surfed around a bit
>>> but is unsure about how to make it do something
>>> with the detection.
>> See if you have /etc/powerd/scripts directory. You have better chances
>> with -current, though - on my HP nx6310 I finally got state 3 working
>> just fine a few weeks ago ( I follow -current usually fairly closely).
>> You will need to enable the powerd daemon (see /etc/defaults/rc.conf)
>> - man powerd.
>>> I look at sysctl machdep.sleep_state, and tried to set that
>>> manually. then it suspended ( machdep.sleep_state=3 )(it fell completely
>>> silent and the moon led lit up.)
>>> it seemed to work but i couldnt get it to start up again.
>>> I pressed fn-key which caused harddisk and cd to spin up, but nothing
>>> further happened, my screen didnt come up again.
>>> Where and how do i specify what to do.?
>>> something called acpi.conf or the like
>>> do i need to set something in rc.conf ?
> Hmm in /etc/powerd/scripts/lid_switch
> the code says something about apm and apmd
> but that conflicts with acpi right?
No, see the other reply - there is apm "emulation"; on my -current
system I get by default using GENERIC kernel
apm0 at acpi0
so I guess you will have to enable both powerd and apmd.
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