Boot with ACPI
freebsd-listen at fabiankeil.de
Tue Jan 17 09:00:19 PST 2006
Crispy Beef <crispy.beef at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> When I boot my laptop running 6.0-RELEASE I need to boot with ACPI as
> otherwise it crashes. Was wondering how to make booting with ACPI
> the default?
> To be honest I'm not bothered about the boot menu at all as I'm quite
> happy with the system booting without any interaction. Sometimes I
> need to reboot remotely which isn't possible at the moment. I've
> read a bit about loader.conf and have used it for various things, is
> it as easy as putting a line in there to get this working?
If ACPI isn't enabled on your system by default it means your system
To overwrite the blacklist you can set hint.acpi.0.disabled to 0
in /boot/loader.conf. See man acpi for more ACPI tunables.
If your system works with ACPI, you probably should file an PR.
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