phillip at chile.com
Mon May 31 13:22:21 PDT 2004
Hi Doug, thanks for your reply
ive been told ATI mobility cards have not any kind of opensource driver
for dri, just binaries from ati.com for linux... and ppl had work on a
wrapper for it on freebsd, but they failed.. so, i think thats it.. i
dont have a really need for dri anyway so... (ive try dri and dri-devel)
about the acpi.. i think that important.. i thought all centrinos woked
equal.. but know i understant.. its the the work of the bio that set the
cpu modes... im just flash my bios to the latest rom, and i get the same
DSDT table? whats that? its related to acpi?
"Your machine may not support those features either."
what do u mean by that?...
El lun, 31-05-2004 a las 18:12, Doug White escribió:
> On Sun, 30 May 2004, Phillip Neumann wrote:
> > hello..
> > Im trying to use my asus m6n notebook, and have some troubles..
> > 1) DRI. ive attached my XF86Config file. my loader.conf contains
> > agp_load="YES".
> > > glxinfo |grep direct
> > Xlib: extension "XFree86-DRI" missing on display ":0.0".
> > direct rendering: No
> Check /var/log/XFree86.0.log and see why DRI is rejecting on your card.
> You did build and install the dri port?
> > 2) Battery status. I wish to get the battery status. apm -l sais 255:
> > "If your laptop does not support this function, 255 is displayed"
> > and ACPI:
> > > sysctl hw.acpi.battery
> > hw.acpi.battery.life: -1
> > hw.acpi.battery.time: -1
> > hw.acpi.battery.state: 7
> > hw.acpi.battery.units: 2
> > hw.acpi.battery.info_expire: 5
> > Is there any other way to get the battery status?
> >From the errors in your prior message, it doesn't appear that the ACPI
> code to query battery status is operational on your machine. I'd check for
> a BIOS update, or if there is a fixed DSDT on the net somewhere.
> > 3) CPU slowdown
> > > sysctl hw.acpi.cpu
> > hw.acpi.cpu.cx_supported: C2/1
> > hw.acpi.cpu.cx_lowest: 0
> > hw.acpi.cpu.cx_history: 445828/0
> > Wasnt there a throtteling options in here? how do i change the hz of
> > cpu?...
> Your machine may not support those features either.
phillip at chile.com
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