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    Phoronix: Power Management + ACPI Updates Submitted For The Linux 5.6 Kernel

    Linux power management subsystem maintainer Rafael Wysocki is punctual as always in sending in his feature pull requests for the new merge window...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...wer-Management

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    I am kinda looking forward to the ACPI CPPC support so that my best CPU cores get the workouts they need!

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      Does anyone know if there's hope getting suspend/resume working when the usual advice doesn't pan out? Is it safe to mess with ACPI tables and enable some features that your hardware should be capable of?(S0ix / ACPI Low Power Idle - For modern Intel CPUs like Comet Lake U)

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        Originally posted by polarathene View Post
        Does anyone know if there's hope getting suspend/resume working when the usual advice doesn't pan out? Is it safe to mess with ACPI tables and enable some features that your hardware should be capable of?(S0ix / ACPI Low Power Idle - For modern Intel CPUs like Comet Lake U)
        It's probably better to ask in Hackingtosh forums (where there are sections of people fixing ACPI tables to run MacOS) and Coreboot mailing list (where there are people that know more about this subject).

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