As in the subject. I heard that ACPI function may mess a lot during a compilation. Don't know what to think about this. Now I want to listen to your opinions...
on 09/04/2010 – Made popular on 09/04/2010
My CPU temp. readings via ACPI seem to have gone haywire, for a short time I've come of a cold boot to find ACPI -Vf to (via Conky) to be 32 Fahrenheit, upon a reboot I would get 104 (which is something I would not be surprised to get, but it never wavers) I've heard this is a sign of a broken sensor, if that's the case is their some kind of test I can run to confirm this ?
I own a acer 5720 laptop. I recently upgraded to karmic from jaunty. When I started working, I noticed some heat problems. Using lmsensors, I see core temperature increase constantly (raising even to 85 C), but acpi temperature does not suffer any change.
I found this issue:
ACPI: BIOS _OSI(Linux) query ignored
I have this message in dmesg log with linux 3.11.6-1 (2013-10-27) (debian version).
I wonder how to fix/remove it?
[ 5.098132] ACPI Warning: 0x0000000000000428-0x000000000000042f SystemIO conflicts with Region \PMIO 1 (20130517/utaddress-251)
[ 5.098147] ACPI: If an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the native driver
[ 5.098156] ACPI Warning: 0x00
During startup, I noticed some error. I found this in dmesg:
i801_smbus 0000:00:1f.3: PCI INT B -> GSI 21 (level, low) -> IRQ 21
ACPI: I/O resource 0000:00:1f.3 [0x400-0x41f] conflicts with ACPI region SMRG [0x400-0x40f]
ACPI: If an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the native driver
Hello all,As you may have noticed (or not) I have a lot of issues with my hp mini; ACPI semi-works, sound needed source alsa-base compilation and wireless now and then disconnects.For the acpi problems I have found a lot of references that a custom fixed dsdt table can solve them, so I get into it.