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Re: acpi5 20040715

From: Andreas Hauser <andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 27 Sep 2004 15:09:20 -0000

qhwt+dfly wrote @ Mon, 27 Sep 2004 23:06:11 +0900:
> Hi.
> On Mon, Sep 27, 2004 at 07:36:31AM +0200, Jeroen Ruigrok/asmodai wrote:
> > -On [20040926 23:52], Andreas Hauser (andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) wrote:
> > >tried to get my acpi to do S1 and thought maybe the new intel release helps.
> > >It did not :(
> Andreas, please make sure that S1 is actually supported on your machine (see
> sysctl hw.acpi.supported_sleep_state, and if so, what happens when you
> run this command as root:
> # acpiconf -s1
> Also, did you see any acpi-related warnings in /var/run/dmesg.boot?

It's an Acer Aspire 1500.
There are no BIOS upgrades i know of.
It does not show S1 in hw.acpi.supported_sleep_state, but i think it should
be able to do it. S3 and S4 are shown but make it hang.

acpiconf -s1:
acpi0: AcpiGetSleepTypeData failes - AE_NOT_FOUND

other than that no warnings.

which i guess just says the same as S1 not being in hw.acpi.supported_sleep_state

I fixed (as good as i knew to) my dsdt and load the fixed in loader.conf but
it didn't help. I tried the new intel code as next step. Now i'm looking
at the code. Maybe try fbsd 5.1 as some say they had acer hw working (sos@ e.g.).
Also it seems like the ACPI debugging infrastructure is not complete.
The one thing i found interesting was that acpidump -t only shows comments.

What i was really looking after though was being able to manipulate the
CPU speed (like i can in linux).

My via epia (another machine) e.g. shows:
hw.acpi.cpu.max_speed: 2
hw.acpi.cpu.current_speed: 2
hw.acpi.cpu.performance_speed: 2
hw.acpi.cpu.economy_speed: 1

So i guess some infrastructure for that is already available.


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