acpi no sound, acpi disabled no serial on IBM kiosk
brock at cottonwoodcomputer.com
Tue Jul 22 22:52:47 UTC 2008
On Tuesday 22 July 2008 4:47:58 pm Nate Lawson wrote:
> John Baldwin wrote:
> > On Tuesday 22 July 2008 05:28:45 pm Brock Williams wrote:
> >> Yeah, I guess I should have said more about the problem. in the ACPI
> >> case I do see the devices there, but they don't work. For example,
> >> the machine has an elotouch touchscreen which works great w/o ACPI
> >> but doesn't with. When I try to cat the device with ACPI enabled, I
> >> get nothing. Without acpi I get the expected touchscreen data when
> >> touching the screen. We also have a dallas ibutton reader hooked up
> >> to another port and it acts the same way.
> > Hmm, they seem to have all the same I/O resources (ports and IRQs), so
> > I don't see anything that would make them not work. Also, there isn't
> > anything in the AML for these devices that I can see that would help
> > (no _INI or _REG methods, etc.).
> Just to confirm -- you are switching the device names when you "cat the
> device", right (sio0, 1, 2)?
Yep, I've tried cat'ing every cuad device that shows up, and I can't get
data out of any of them when I enable acpi. Also while catting with ACPI I
regularly get a message like:
sio1: 5 more silo overflows (total 5)
Thanks for the help,
Brock Williams brock at cottonwoodcomputer.com
Cottonwood Computer Solutions, Inc.
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