On Sonntag, 20. Mai 2007, Peter Hoff wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: "Hemmann, Volker Armin" <volker.armin.hemmann@...>
> > I usually remove all the acpi stuff anyway, which is why this message has
> > been particularly puzzling.
> well, yeah. Don't do that. As you can see from your error, something needs
> ACPI is needed for a lot more stuff than only 'power managment'. There are
> even computers that won't boot without ACPI.
> Hmm, well that's never been a problem before 2.6.21, and I've tried leaving
> the acpi stuff in and got the same error. And actually mine won't boot with
> acpi; I have to have acpi=off and noapic set in grub. IIRC, it's because I
> have an Nforce 5 chipset, but it's been almost a year since I had to deal
> with that so I could be wrong about that being the reason.
ok, time to open some bugs. Seriously, if your board does not boot with ACPI,
you should open bugs about it. And the problem you have when building kernels
(so open two bugs).
I had a board that would not find its IDE-ports if not build with ACPI..
> And please:
> Dont Tofu
> Reply to the message, not your original message.
> A lot of people are using mail clients who can thread the messages. You are
> destroying that threads.
> What are you talking about? I never reply to my own messages. Whatever is
> destroying your threads is not due to any action of mine.
Well, in kmail, all your replys are to your own messages - and it is hard to
tell what is quoted and what belongs to you - it is all the same.
Since you are the only one, where I have the problem, I blame your mail
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