ASUS P5A broken by ACPI black-list
nate at root.org
Mon Oct 4 09:55:06 PDT 2004
Kevin Oberman wrote:
> After building some old kernels, it became apparent that the network
> broke long before the disk problem showed up and was the result of the
> ACPI black-list implemented back on June 30. Unfortunately, this board
> seems to require ACPI to run. Without it I get continuous xl0: watchdog
> timeout messages from the system.
> I have now re-enabled ACPI in the hints file and the network is
> fine. (I'm still looking for the source of the disk problem.) Why it
> fails without ACPI is another issue. This is a rather old board and has
> run just fine for years on V3 and V4 kernels.
> The quirk entry is:
> # ASUS P5A 03/12/99
> name: ASUS_P5A
> oem: FADT "ASUS " "P5A "
> oem_rev: FADT <= 0x58582e31
> quirks: ACPI_Q_BROKEN
> My FADT is:
> FADT: FACS=0x5fff000, DSDT=0x5ffc100
> Preferred_PM_Profile=Unspecified (0)
> SMI_CMD=0xb1, ACPI_ENABLE=0xa1, ACPI_DISABLE=0xa0, S4BIOS_REQ=0x0
> GPE1_BLK=0xec1c-0xec1f, GPE1_BASE=16
> P_LVL2_LAT=90 us, P_LVL3_LAT=900 us
> FLUSH_SIZE=0, FLUSH_STRIDE=0
> DUTY_OFFSET=1, DUTY_WIDTH=0
> DAY_ALRM=13, MON_ALRM=0, CENTURY=0
I need output from a newer version of acpidump. The output above
doesn't include the OEM header for the FADT. June 30th was the commit
that added this output.
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