Talk:Thinkpad-acpi

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Anyone knows something about this new kernel driver? We need some information about this!

--84.131.175.141 11:12, 27 Oct 2004 (CEST)

+ it is all on ibm-acpi.sf.net for what i can say it only alows the fn keys to be reconized and the lamp to be turned on/off on the x21.


There are two drivers, the one on ibm-acpi.sf.net and the other one now in the kernel. CONFIG_APCI_IBM and CONFIG_ACPI_THINKPAD.

--akw 10:37, 28 Oct 2004 (CEST)


Just did some googling and provided the information found without testing it. Wyrfel 19:00, 3 Nov 2004 (CET)


where is it?

Has this thing finally been deprecated? as of Linux 2.6.16.18, ibm-acpi is in-tree and working extremely well, and I can not find thinkpad_acpi.c or thinkpad-acpi or ACPI_THINKPAD anywhere...

-- hmh 2006-05-25 12:42:00 UTC

delete this page

I take a random guess, and say this is the same thing as Ibm-acpi??!

After some googling, I didn't really find something that would point in an other direction.


Concerning the links: ibm-acpi Sourceforge project summary IBM-ACPI?

Btw.: Random user too changed the Erik Rigtorps link to Erik Rigtorps rare comments on this (even more rare now!)

and then to Erik Rigtorps rare comments on this (collector's item!)

I guess that's the most random way to inform people about a dead link ?

If nobody disagrees, someone with sufficient rights could delete this page, and link it to Ibm-acpi

--Mcgiver 16:12, 24 February 2007 (CET)