Linux and ACPI for Lenovo. not specific to crux
markus.messmer at googlemail.com
Wed Nov 7 07:39:10 UTC 2007
On 15:22 Wed 07 Nov , fernanbolando wrote:
> Hi all
> 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.
you could start here:
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