debug.acpi.avoid, how do i use it to tell acpi to not control
nate at root.org
Mon Jun 12 17:19:03 UTC 2006
John L.Utz III wrote:
> oops, correction
> At Mon, 12 Jun 2006 09:47:08 +0000,
> John L.Utz III wrote:
>> Hello again;
>> to quote man acpi:
>> It is also possible to avoid portions of the ACPI namespace which may be
>> causing problems, by listing the full path of the root of the region to
>> be avoided in the kernel environment variable debug.acpi.avoid. The
>> object and all of its children will be ignored during the bus/children
>> scan of the namespace. The ACPI CA code will still know about the
>> avoided region.
>> so, if i wanted to let acpi drive the power button and the suspend keypress but ignore everything else, how would one do that?
> amend to read
> so, if i wanted to let acpi drive the power button and the suspend keypress
> but ignore everything else ON THE KEYBOARD, how would one do that?
>> or failing that, can someone provide a sample use of acpi.debug.avoid that i can work from?
Nope, that's not how PCs work.
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