Linux and ACPI for Lenovo. not specific to crux
fernanbolando at ceccoils.com
Wed Nov 7 07:22:53 UTC 2007
I was wondering if any of you guys have a lenovo notebook running linux.
I recently bought a lenovo, to replace my very old toshiba.
The toshiba had allowed me to set most of the power management
stuff through the BIOS so I simply enabled only the very basic ACPI
in my kernel.
Now the lenovo's BIOS is not very extensive. Now I need help
understanding, what options to enable in my kernel or can I just trust
the BIOS that it is actually doing the right power management?
I just want the notebook to run as long and as cool as possible. I mostly
connect to a plan9 for most of the cpu extensive stuff so running the
system hot is not necessary to get the best performance.
Can sombody suggest which ACPI options to activate in the kernel
( example: cpu scalling, etc )
A starting point would be great, because I have ignored most of the ACPI
stuff for so long that I dont know were to start.
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