Laptop ACPI issues

Lyndon Drake lyndon at
Sat Nov 20 18:51:27 UTC 2004

acpi=force and pci=noacpi got things working.  The default ACPI doesn't
actually do a suspend to memory, and doesn't seem to get lid close and
open events, so I had to hack around and make the power button suspend
to memory instead, but it all seems to function correctly.

Thanks for the info,

On Sat, 2004-11-20 at 13:35 +0100, Oliver Grawert wrote:
> hi,
> Am Samstag, den 20.11.2004, 12:11 +0000 schrieb Lyndon Drake:
> > If I boot with acpi=force, ACPI loads up and the whole computer runs
> > much faster.  However, my cardbus network cards fail to operate.  I have
> > a 3Com 10/100 card and a Cisco Aironet 350 wireless card.  It looks like
> > for some reason the ACPI stuff is causing cardbus cards to get allocated
> > IRQ 0 when they are plugged in, which doesn't work.  I've appended the
> > trimmed dmesg output below.
> > 
> > Can anyone make a suggestion?
> there are other options to try:
> acpi=off
> pci=noacpi
> nolapic
> test if one works for you.
> there are other people with laptops that had acpi problems....if neither
> of the above works, you will probably find suggestions there:
> ciao
> 	oli

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