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Questions tagged [acpi]

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

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confusions on xinput query-state outputs

When I run xinput query-state on something such as a power button, it returns 247 keys. Shouldn't it just be a single button? I read something online about acpi that explains this, but I am not sure I ...
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Disabling all devices in /proc/acpi/wakeup permanently

In an effort to weed out an acpi problem, I need to set all the /proc/acpi/wakeup device variables to disabled. For the time being I'm doing it with acpitool and a script in /etc/rc.local ... usr/...
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My laptop AC adapter is not found when plugged in

Three different Linux OS installed on my Acer Predator Helios 500 PH517-61-R0GX say the AC adapter is "off-line". Unplugging and re-plugging does not change the status. My laptop thinks it is on ...
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How do I properly spin down my hard drives using the command line? (hdparm, apm, hd-idle, any other?)

I just realized that spinning down hard drives is more complicated than I thought. Regarding to HDD idle settings using hdparm (APM, Suspend) I have to write a script that needs to be started at ...
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Suspend delayed after lid close

For some reason, when I close my laptop lid, it takes my system 25 seconds to sleep. This is without any autolock prorams (xss-lock, xautolock, etc.) running. In my journalctl I can see exactly a 25 ...
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LM 19 x64 shuts down unexpectedly just before lightdm or cinnamon starts up, because I installed a new battery

LM 19 x64 shuts down unexpectedly just before lightdm or cinnamon starts up. This happens after installing a new battery for my laptop (DELL Precision M4700), and I had to keep the AC adapter plugged ...
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Parrotsec OS not starting without acpi=ogg

I have receently installed parrotsec os and it is causig some issues shutting on and off the system if I haven't turned off acpi. things elevated after installation of bumblebee Architecture - x86 ...
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linuxmint 19.1: power button inserts letters (works fine on linuxmint 18.3)

I recently did a clean install of LinuxMint 19.1 (MATE edition) on my laptop. Since then, pressing the power button inserts a long row of dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd until I press it again, ...
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Debian does not boot after installation

I had Fedora on a HDD and Windows on another HDD. I decided to change from Fedora to Debian and now after installation Debian does not boot. Here the error messages that it displays to me: [ 0....
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Fedora 27 goes into emergency mode after boot

When I list journalctl -xb I see the following errors: ACPI Error: [_SB_.PCI0.RP05.PXSX] Namespace lookup failure, AE_NOT_FOUND (20170531/dswload2-191) ACPI Exception: AE_NOT_FOUND, During name ...
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Void Linux hangs on poweroff

I just got a Oryx Pro, model Oryp4, from System76 and installed Void Linux on it. When I try to power it off or reboot I just get these messages and this dmesg. I have tried adding acpi=off to /etc/...
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Limit an MSI laptop battery charging to 80%

How can I limit battery charging to 80% capacity? Above thread provides several solutions for ThinkPad laptops. Mine is an MSI GF72 8RE-032. The Windows 10 drivers&utility pack seems to provide ...
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Kernel panics only with ACPI enabled

I have ubuntu 16.04 on my laptop. It was working good until few days ago. The system won't boot. It logs ACPI errors and then kernel panics: ACPI Error: No handler for Region [RAM_] ( (ptrval)...
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Ubuntu 18.04 doesn't lock when I close the lid

Here's what I did: I created a file /etc/acpi/events/lm_lid and wrote into it: event=button/lid.* action=/etc/acpi/lid.sh I created a file /etc/acpi/lid.sh and wrote into it: #!/bin/sh gnome-...
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How to add a delay to the power button for accidental bumps

I have a miniature PC here with a large and prominent power button on the front which is easy to bump accidentally. The system is running CentOS 7 with systemd. I already know that I can set ...
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How to remove acpi warnings [duplicate]

These are the warnings when I run dmesg. ACPI: Deleted _OSI(Windows 2012) ACPI: Deleted _OSI(Windows 2013) ACPI: RSDP 00000000000f0410 00024 (v02 INTEL ) ACPI: XSDT 00000000bdfaad98 000B4 (v01 INTEL ...
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ACPI Shutdown works but not Reboot

I had originally thought that ACPI was not working on my system at all, but discovered that while a Shutdown operation successfully powers down the system, a Reboot operation will reach the Restarting ...
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Laptop without X/GUI: Make screen go blank when lid closes [duplicate]

I have a rather uncommon setup. I use laptops internally as some kind of server. The laptops are stacked in a rack and hence should not create an unnecessary amount of heat. So I'd like to shutdown ...
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Display `/proc/acpi/battery/BAT0/info` from the command line

On a fresh Debian/stable 9.5 installation on a MacBookPro10,1, I am trying to display acpi info from the command line. Here is what I see: $ find /proc/acpi/ /proc/acpi/ /proc/acpi/button /proc/acpi/...
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ACPI: Lid button driver not loaded/bound

I would like to react to the lid open/close events on my custom device, but it seems that the driver for the lid button is not loaded/bound correctly. The system I use is a custom hardware with a ...
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Change the cpufreq driver from intel pstate to acpi

I am trying to disable the intel pstate cpufreq driver and replace it with acpi to get maximum cpu control. I tried this. vim /etc/default/grub GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="intel_pstate=disable quiet ...
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puppylinux: acpitool -s in .sh file

I am using puppylinux (xenialpup 64 bit). In order to put it to sleep mode, I run "acpitool -s" in cli. It works fine. But if I put it in a file, save it as .sh file, then mark it as executable, and ...
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How can I put a PCIe device into the D3 cold power state?

How do I transition an arbitrary PCIe device from the D0 state (powered on) to the D3 cold state (no current to the device) using common utilities on a Linux system? Presumably this involves writing ...
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ACPI Errors: What do they mean and how to handle them?

There are some ACPI errors on my system journal, I feel a need to find what causes them to occur. Here are the errors, which appear before NetworkManager and sddm start: Aug 05 11:50:26 mymachine ...
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Grub2 + Qemu does not use new acpi

I am developing an x86_64, multiboot2 compliant OS (with grub2) and testing it on Qemu. When I run it, the multiboot2 only contains tag 14 (old acpi e.g. v1) not 15 (new acpi e.g. 2.0+). The host ...
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The asus-laptop module cannot be loaded (No such device) on Asus FX503 laptop

I am tracing the asus-laptop driver from 4.17.1 because my keyboard backlight control keys not working. And, I found the driver cannot be loaded, it always reported "No such device". Then I found it's ...
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Fedora 28 ACPI BIOS error

I have fedora 28 and windows as dual boot but after updating some packages in fedora my machine now won't boot. I also can't boot into recovery mode as the same problem persists. These are the error ...
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`acpi=off` results in `BUG: unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference`

Background I have been getting spontaneous crashes on my newly built NixOS machine. I am trying out different configuration options to see if I can avoid them. Here is my journalctl -b -1 -p 3: Jun ...
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How to set up USB mouse to wake up closed laptop

I have Dell XPS 13 9360, screen Dell UltraSharp U2715H - LED monitor 27" and a cheap USB mouse. The mouse is plugged in the screen USB hub which is plugged in my main USB hub which is plugged in my ...
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Find correct ACPI drivers without trial-and-error

My system is running on a minimal kernel config (based on make defconfig). Now I'm trying to figure out which extra acpi device drivers I have to enable to get everything on my system working. To ...
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Checking battery level when ACPI has problems

I am running Debian Buster (testing) / Sid on an Iball Excelance laptop (an Indian company). I initially had problems with the laptop trying to suspend and then freezing immediately after finishing ...
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asix driver becomes unresponsive after a while

My ethernet adapter goes dead every once in a while, and I am trying to debug. I am using factory drivers with kernel 4.4.126-48-default on OpenSUSE Leap 42.3 . Here are the symptomps, The USB ...
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ACPI BIOS Error / AE_NOT_FOUND

I'm getting these error messages every single time I reboot my desktop (and a couple of more I don't know how to retain when it's shutting down, but those are not relevant to this question so far): [...
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How to fix ACPI / thermal errors on Dell Inspiron 5770 running Debian sid?

I have a Dell Inspiron 5770 that is running Debian unstable (sid). I get the following errors upon boot: [ 0.048160] ACPI Error: [_SB_.PCI0.RP05.PXSX] Namespace lookup failure, AE_NOT_FOUND (...
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Command to get details on charge and time remaining for two batteries

I have a laptop with two batteries. I would like to get combined details on the two batteries. In particular, I'd like the time remaining before both batteries run out of charge and the percentage ...
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Turn off, not stand-by, console tty1 video

I want the opposite of what seemingly everybody else wants: on my plain old character mode tty1 console directly served by the video card of my bare metal Debian 8.10 Jessie box, I want the screen ...
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How to force all CPU cores to run at maximum turbo boost frequency? [duplicate]

My goal is to force all CPU cores to run at maximum turbo frequency (4 x 3.9 GHz) using CentOS 7. Here is the output of cpupower frequency-info: analyzing CPU 0: driver: acpi-cpufreq CPUs which ...
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Do we need acpid service to be running for soft shutdown if acpi module is enabled in kernel?

What I understood is acpid caputures power events like closing lid and according to defined rules, it triggers a activity like shutdown, sleep etc. So, can I say that acpid service is not required ...
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ACPI Error: AE_NOT_FOUND when installing/running any Linux OS

I have bought a Lenovo IdeaPad Y700 some time ago, I installed Ubuntu 16.04 on it and everything worked great. Problem started when I hibernated the laptop (battery level was low). Since then my ...
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ACPI region does not cover the entire command/response buffer

I'm experiencing system freezes and looking in the journal I see kernel (4.14.15-1-MANJARO) errors such as: kernel: tpm_crb MSFT0101:00: [Firmware Bug]: ACPI region does not cover the entire command/...
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SMBus/IPMI/GenericSerialBus write requires Buffer of length 66, found length 32

today my nas debian 9 based started to write out this error in the startup phase, the same is reported in red by calling journalctl -xe: ACPI Error: SMBus/IPMI/Generic write requires Buffer of length ...
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How to obtain/cat CPU Core Temp from ISA Adapter?

I'm building a script in Linux to monitor my active core temps; Then manually enable the ACPI Fan on the event when the CORE 0 TEMP hits 40 Degrees. I have already built the fan script that works ...
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ACPI Volume Control (not brightness)

For some reason, upon upgrading to Ubuntu 16.04, my volume and brightness media controls are no longer registering as XF86 keys. I created an acpi event and action script for my screen brightness in /...
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Ubuntu 14.04 - Slow Boot [closed]

I have an ubuntu 14.04 server, the server will be in a parking to manage it with a software. When I turn ON ACPI, my server took more than 2minutes to boot, else it takes only 30-40secondes. I need ...
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How does the Linux kernel retrieve ACPI tables from the system firmware?

When the Linux kernel boots, it retrieves the ACPI tables from the system firmware. After the system has booted, I can retrieve the tables from the running kernel memory with utilities such as ...
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ACPI kernel parameter options for HP ProLiant DL380 G5

Heavily related to a question on the sister site (https://serverfault.com/questions/874943/debian-9-black-screen-during-install), I have recently picked up an HP ProLiant DL380 G5 and attempted to ...
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Transfer Virtualbox Linux distro to physical machine - Shutdown / reboot problems

Maybe it serves to describe my current situation first: installed ubuntu on virtualbox (btrfs) created btrfs partition on my laptop booted on a live distro, used btrfs send/receive to transfer the ...
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Hardware Frequency Steps - Intel P-State vs ACPI CPUFREQ

I have Intel Xeon Phi 7210 running CentOS 7 with kernel 3.10.0-514.el7.x86_64. I am comparing what frequency steps are available when I boot system into intel p-state vs when the system uses acpi ...
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AMD issue requires acpi=off - restricting my distro options

So I've got this little HTPC running an AMD A4 APU on an MSI A88XI AC that I want to turn into a Kodi-based media box. I've had a really hard time installing Linux on this rig; most distros would ...
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kworker consumes high cpu for external hard drive

kworker process consumes 75% of one CPU. The offending kworker thread is related with ACPI stuff: sudo cat /proc/THE_PID_OF_KWORKER_PROCESS/stack [<ffffffff85c0c705>] acpi_ns_evaluate+0x1bc/...