HP Pavilion dv2000 ACPI Problems
ZeuZ Diavolo Deimos
zeuz_netraptor at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 18 00:07:49 UTC 2008
Hi, well, I just updated following the basics (fetched the updates, extracted them, updated them, then ran portupgrade -a) and the rest of it, well, it's like the snapshot bringed it.
Also, when I hit the power button to go to hibernation, it drops an error where acpi0 cannot accomplish an action (this varies from suspend to hibernate)
If the output is valious then I'll get it here.
Thanks in advice.
Can someone confirm if the idle_cpu patch is allready applied as for that snapshot? or how can I check if it is?
Also, lately, seems like the video_acpi module is causing troubles while using some Desktop Compositing software as compiz (screen flickers when the module is loaded)
> Date: Sun, 17 Aug 2008 21:24:00 +0100
> From: rpaulo at FreeBSD.org
> To: zeuz_netraptor at hotmail.com
> CC: freebsd-acpi at freebsd.org
> Subject: Re: HP Pavilion dv2000 ACPI Problems
> On Sat, Aug 16, 2008 at 12:48:08PM +0000, ZeuZ Diavolo Deimos wrote:
> > Well, recently I moved in full time to fBSD.
> > I had problems installing the stable and current versions until one of the latest snapshots.
> > Now My system boots up, and works "partially fine"
> > it tends to over-heat even when powerd is set to minimum energy cost.
> > I´ve loaded all the ACPI modules (even the one for ASUS, even now I´ve got it blacklisted because it caused system instability)
> > The resume-suspend events do not work either.
> Did you upgrade your system properly ?
> Regardless of suspend/resume support in your system, the events should take
> See http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/makeworld.html
> for more information.
> > There´s also another weird thing, my processor wasnt able to set the frecuency lower than 800mhz (Turion 64x2 TL-52) and the Gnome applet reports most of the time lower spuns(like 100mhz-500mhz).
> That's probably because p4tcc is enabled. Try adding:
> to /boot/loader.conf.
> > Also, the disk tends to do some weird noises only while in fBSD.
> > Performance is bad overall too.
> Wild guess here, but try booting with:
> Rui Paulo
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