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Re: re[2]: [SLE] SuSE machine haging with blinking leds
  • From: Christopher Mahmood <ckm@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 11:30:52 -0800
  • Message-id: <20021115193052.GJ8227@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
* Doug Glenn (dglenn@xxxxxxxxxxx) [021115 10:09]:
> Perhaps I mistated the exact tab name in Xconfig, but
> there is a tab labeled something like that and the
> functions are enabled on the default kernel.

It's a category of options, like "Block devices" or "Network
Support". Yes, sysreq support is in the kernel. No, it is not
turned on unless you explicitly do so.

> Lets say for the sake of argument that the ACPI/APM code
> in my BIOS is defunct (worked with 8.0 fine). My only
> options are to disable that code and recompile the kernel.

No, you can disable it by booting with acpi=off.

> Unfortunately you cannot do that.

Of course you can.



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