[tlinux-users 00218] Re: Toshiba Satellite U400-138 and ACPI issues
ilyes.gouta at gmail.com
Sat Oct 11 05:38:29 JST 2008
Send me (by private mail) your DSDT table as I explained in a previous
mail. I remember I had my LEDs blinking when I tried calling all the
interesting ACPI methods in the TVAP device/section in my DSDT table.
With some help, they will be identical and then I can confirm that.
On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 9:40 PM, Jakub Ondrusek <yak at gmx.co.uk> wrote:
> I'm not nearly as skilled in hardware issues as you but this seems to be
> interesting. So do you mean that I could somehow "sniff" what calls are being
> issued so that the LEDs light up?
> Could you please provide more info on the program you're using or any links?
> Jakub Ondrusek
>> When I where a lad...
>> This stuff is trivial to reverse engineer. You hook the TVAP or TVALD
>> under Windows prod the laptop and watch the HCI calls. I have a program
>> that does it all. The heavy lifting was all done over a decade ago. Then
>> re-implement using the toshiba/toshiba_apci /dev/toshiba interface or
>> the equivalent omnibook interface.
>> There probably should be a generic SMBIOS interface, in Linux, as this
>> what it all is (the System Management Mode of the processor).
>> Jonathan A. Buzzard Email: jonathan (at) buzzard.me.uk
>> Fife, United Kingdom.
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