On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 2:42 AM, Vladimir 'φ-coder/phcoder' Serbinenko <
- missing ACPI events when the stylus is
How is the OS supposed to react to them?
Issue stylus insert and remove messages which can then be mapped to scripts
[ 1778.225577] acpid: completed netlink event "ibm/hotkey IBM0068:00
[ 1778.734936] acpid: received netlink event "ibm/hotkey IBM0068:00
- errors when
trying to make the leds blink with tpacpi
echo "0 blink" > /proc/acpi/ibm/led
Currently fails with :
[ 104.727409] ACPI Warning: For \_SB_.PCI0.LPCB.EC__.LED_: Excess
arguments - needs 1, found 2 (20130328/nspredef-272)
Blinking leds are a simple way to do many things (ex: indicate successful
system boot on a screenless computer)
- errors during TPM initialization
Some people here would call it a feature.
I do not call non working hardware a feature, especially if linux drivers
Letting users be able to use or not use their hardware in anyway they chose
is a feature.
TPM is just a glorified way to store hashes, but it could have some uses
Ideally, the DSDT should be fixed within coreboot, but
this goes beyond
my present abilities.
Not true. Just do
the same changes to the corresponding *.asl files in
coreboot repo and send the patch to gerrit. Other than a layer of
preprocessing, it's exactly the same code as you got from disassembly.
I did not realize that and thought it interacted with static defines - and
so I would have to create a coreboot version-specific DSDT. Thanks. I will
see if I can have that work.
For the ACPI Warning about SystemIO, I have no idea though.