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Re: ACPI feature

You need to build "acpid" which listens for ACPI events via the /proc/acpi/event (yes the deprecated interface).


One of the default rules in it's config is to run shutdown when it gets a power button event.

On Sunday, February 26, 2012 11:44:01 AM UTC-8, djerome wrote:
Well, if you are still with us: I am looking in the kernel config and
I see that I have ACPI selected, but particular capability are you
missing? Are you lokking for /proc/acpi/... (which is deprecated),
ACPI Platform Error Interface (APEI), or ...?

On Jan 24, 5:38 am, Paulo Renato <[email protected]> wrote:
> I thank you very much indeed guys. I can wait for while, and I'll start my
> experiment with another image. So I want ask you let me know when you have
> an ETA, or if you do it. Once, thank you.
> Paulo Renato
> Em 23 de janeiro de 2012 22:04, Douglas Jerome <[email protected]>escreveu:
> > Paulo Renato wrote:
> > > djerome,
> > > thanks for the answer. I need shutdown the vm using acpi. I am trying
> > > the ws-ttylinux-i686-12.7 version, but actually I can use any  of the
> > > x86 versions. For my experiment this feature is essential. I just need
> > > start and shutdown the vm using the hypervisor.
> > > Paulo Renato
> > OK. I'm working on it, but I can't give you an ETA, and I
> > probably will not start until tomorrow. Sorry. But it sounds
> > like a good thing to have, so I like to include it.
> --
> Atenciosamente,
> Paulo Renato
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