> It's probably an ACPI-only system - rather uncommon,
It seems so - at least APM doesn't work, but ACPI does
- at least to so some extent.
> ... so ACPI per se won't fix the problem, but it
> would definitely be the next thing to look at.
If I understand correctly, I have to wait until someone
is taking up this task? Unfortunately I have now clue
about kernel proramming - well, in fact I am not even a
real programmer (I'm doing rocket engines and reusable
launch vehicle stuff). Well in this case, whoever is
going to pick-up on this and reading this lines now,
please send you your patches, I would be pleased to do
some testing on the Libretto.
Question 2: Is there any possible workaround for the
moment? Can I e.g. "hardwire" IRQs, e.g. reading them
under Windows and hardcoding them? In this case, there
could be at least a kernel for the Libretto - the
hardware can not be modified anyway.
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