ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) is a standard for power management.

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The brightness on my Lenovo SL510 only moves between 100% and 0%?

I have a Lenovo SL510 laptop running Linux Mint Debian Edition (based on Debian Testing) using the Cinnamon DE, and the brightness appears to only have two settings: 100% and 0%. If I use the ...
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How to disable auto suspend when I close laptop lid?

I'm using archlinux. It never auto-suspend before a recent system upgrade(maybe I updated the kernel?). I think it is related to laptop-mode or acpid, so I stop them: /etc/rc.d/laptop-mode stop ...
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How to control thinkpad_acpi via procfs, RHEL 6.4

I'm having trouble with the thinkpad_acpi module on my Thinkpad T400. While the processor temperature can vary, depending on the CPU activity, from 40 to 85 deg. Celsius, my fan speed remains almost ...
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ACPI problem with recent kernels

In recent versions of popular Linux distributions (Ubuntu, Fedora, Mint, Debian) I always have to put acpi=off into the kernel parameter list before I want to boot the computer. This happens to both ...
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Lm-Sensors: Run specific commands when temperature goes above/below limits

I have a pretty badly ventilated computer whose temperature reaches 100ยบ C in some occasions. The poor thing can't be ventilated any better ("put a bigger fan" is not a suitable solution). When the ...
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How do I start the fan manually in Linux?

My fan doesn't run in Linux. I'm worried that the laptop might turn off if the temperature gets critically high. I ran the following command: dmesg | grep -I fan This gave me: ACPI: Fan [FAN0] ...