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Jun
4
asked Installing guest additions on Virtualbox 4.10 - Host: openSUSE 11.3 64 bit, Guest: Slackware 13.37 32 bit
Jun
3
accepted Where is CONFIG_APM in kernel - 2.6.38.8
Jun
2
comment Where is CONFIG_APM in kernel - 2.6.38.8
@Mat and I have not got your point. Pardon. Mine is a dual core system and the message says that APM is disabled on the dual cores. Is my understanding wrong. :newbie:
Jun
2
comment Where is CONFIG_APM in kernel - 2.6.38.8
@Mat I didn't understand your point completely. Please elaborate. what is UP?
Jun
2
comment Where is CONFIG_APM in kernel - 2.6.38.8
@Mat thanks, also, see my answer below. Seems that is relevant.
Jun
2
comment System Management Mode in embedded systems
Thanks for the response. I was talking about TS-7800 ARM9 board. Should I provide any further information to help you to help me so that it becomes very clear that this board doesn't have the SMM?
Jun
2
comment Where is CONFIG_APM in kernel - 2.6.38.8
does hardware matter in this case? Mine is x86_64
Jun
2
comment Where is CONFIG_APM in kernel - 2.6.38.8
Damn my previous unwise comment about the grep command not working: linux-y3pi:/usr/src/linux-2.6.38.8 # grep APM .config CONFIG_APM=y That's fine, but make menuconfig GUI doesn't show anything APM.
Jun
2
comment Where is CONFIG_APM in kernel - 2.6.38.8
My fault, I didn't read the last statement of your answer. :doh: BTW, Depends on: x86_32 [=n] means what? By default the .config says that x86_32 is not set. So, should I set it to y? CONFIG_APM=y alone doesn't show the option. Do I have to restart the computer? :(
Jun
1
comment Where is CONFIG_APM in kernel - 2.6.38.8
I ran the command like this, didn't say anything: linux-y3pi:/usr/src/linux-2.6.38.8 # grep APM .config
Jun
1
comment Where is CONFIG_APM in kernel - 2.6.38.8
I am not running this kernel yet. I have to configure this first. :) I am kind of stuck here. :(
Jun
1
comment Where is CONFIG_APM in kernel - 2.6.38.8
Actually, I am missing some point here. I am using "make menuconfig". That shows a GUI. This option isn't there in "Power management and ACPI support". I did attach the screenshot. what am I over looking?
Jun
1
comment ACPI (Advanced Configuration And Power Configuration) not present on 2.6.38.8?
Mat, thanks but that's not helpful on the part of kernel. :(
Jun
1
asked Where is CONFIG_APM in kernel - 2.6.38.8
Jun
1
comment ACPI (Advanced Configuration And Power Configuration) not present on 2.6.38.8?
BTW, where did you find this written? Depends on: !IA64_HP_SIM && (IA64 || X86 [=y]) && PCI [=y] I can't see it in my screenshots.
May
30
comment ACPI (Advanced Configuration And Power Configuration) not present on 2.6.38.8?
that's a great answer, thanks for that.
May
30
accepted ACPI (Advanced Configuration And Power Configuration) not present on 2.6.38.8?
May
30
asked ACPI (Advanced Configuration And Power Configuration) not present on 2.6.38.8?
May
29
asked System Management Mode in embedded systems
Apr
27
comment How to install OpenSuse 11.4 through an ISO without burning it to a DVD?
20 minutes back I did edit the question with OS info. I do believe you when you say that it is too difficult, but if you post that answer here in some easy explained steps, it might be useful to everyone in future. I did search Google before, but couldn't get anything meaningful on this. There are many situations when CD gets corrupt, USB doesn't get detected etc. BTW, You said "but doesn't work as well." - is it going to work or not?