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  • kokoko3k
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    Asus p5ql pro

    ASUS P5QL PRO

    Code:
    Gozer aspm # acpixtract -l acpi.dump 
    
    Signature Length  OemId     OemTableId   OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision
    
        DSDT   34952  "A1014 "  "A1014001"    00000001    "INTL"     20060113
        FACS      64
        FACP     132  "A_M_I_"  "OEMFACP "    07000901    "MSFT"     00000097
        APIC     108  "A_M_I_"  "OEMAPIC "    07000901    "MSFT"     00000097
        MCFG      60  "A_M_I_"  "OEMMCFG "    07000901    "MSFT"     00000097
        OEMB     129  "A_M_I_"  "AMI_OEM "    07000901    "MSFT"     00000097
        HPET      56  "A_M_I_"  "OEMHPET "    07000901    "MSFT"     00000097
        OSFR     176  "A_M_I_"  "OEMOSFR "    07000901    "MSFT"     00000097
        SSDT    2684  "DpgPmm"  "CpuPm   "    00000012    "INTL"     20060113
        RSDT      64  "A_M_I_"  "OEMRSDT "    07000901    "MSFT"     00000097
        RSDP          "ACPIAM"
    
    Found 11 ACPI tables [20060324]
    About the livecd i'm sorry, but i need this box to be 24h up
    Last edited by kokoko3k; 10-20-2011, 03:37 AM.

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  • entropy
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    Gigabyte GA-MA790FX-DQ6
    BIOS: Award F7e (date: 12/11/2009)

    Code:
    Signature Length Revision  OemId     OemTableId   OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision
    
        DSDT   26277     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    00001000    "MSFT"     03000000
        FACS      64
        FACP     116     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
        SSDT    2188     01    "PTLTD "  "POWERNOW"    00000001    " LTP"     00000001
        HPET      56     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     00000098
        MCFG      60     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
        APIC     132     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
        RSDT      56     01    "GBT   "  "GBTUACPI"    42302E31    "GBTU"     01010101
        RSDP                   "GBT   "
    
    Found 9 ACPI tables [20100107]

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  • Almorca
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    Originally posted by Almorca View Post
    GA-880GA-UD3H rev 2.0
    BIOS: Award F7


    $ sudo acpidump > acpi.dump
    Wrong checksum for generic table!

    $ acpixtract -l acpi.dump

    Signature Length OemId OemTableId OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision

    DSDT 30428 "GBT " "GBTUACPI" 00001000 "MSFT" 03000000
    FACS 64
    FACP 116 "GBT " "GBTUACPI" 42302E31 "GBTU" 01010101
    SSDT 2188 "PTLTD " "POWERNOW" 00000001 " LTP" 00000001
    HPET 56 "GBT " "GBTUACPI" 42302E31 "GBTU" 00000098
    MCFG 60 "GBT " "GBTUACPI" 42302E31 "GBTU" 01010101
    MATS 52 "GBT " " " 00000000 " " 00000000
    TAMG 514 "GBT " "GBT B0" 5455312E "BG " 53450101
    APIC 188 "GBT " "GBTUACPI" 42302E31 "GBTU" 01010101
    RSDT 64 "GBT " "GBTUACPI" 42302E31 "GBTU" 01010101
    RSDP "GBT "

    Found 11 ACPI tables [20060324]
    I have paste the result of Linux-ready Firmware Kit on mine mainboard in http://pastebin.com/ZkpxRE8U

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  • Almorca
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    Originally posted by whitecat View Post
    This Linux-ready Firmware Kit seems to not be developed anymore, but I guess it can give us a idea of the quality of the BIOS.
    Exist a Linux-ready Firmware Developer Kit RELEASE 4 in the svn of the project ( http://code.google.com/p/linuxfirmwa...e/#svn%2Ftrunk ). If someone creates an iso image the data may be more useful.

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  • whitecat
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    Thanks.
    Motherboard for VIA CPU could be interesting too!

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  • Adarion
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    Nice thing that here.

    A short info from my Asus M4A78-E running an AMD Athlon II X4 645.

    Signature Length OemId OemTableId OemRevision CompilerId CompilerRevision

    DSDT 59306 "A1153 " "A1153000" 00000000 "INTL" 20060113
    FACS 64
    FACP 244 "082010" "FACP1522" 20100820 "MSFT" 00000097
    APIC 124 "082010" "APIC1522" 20100820 "MSFT" 00000097
    MCFG 60 "082010" "OEMMCFG " 20100820 "MSFT" 00000097
    OEMB 114 "082010" "OEMB1522" 20100820 "MSFT" 00000097
    SRAT 232 "AMD " "FAM_F_10" 00000002 "AMD " 00000001
    HPET 56 "082010" "OEMHPET " 20100820 "MSFT" 00000097
    SSDT 2188 "A M I " "POWERNOW" 00000001 "AMD " 00000001
    XSDT 92 "082010" "XSDT1522" 20100820 "MSFT" 00000097
    FACP 132 "082010" "FACP1522" 20100820 "MSFT" 00000097
    RSDT 64 "082010" "RSDT1522" 20100820 "MSFT" 00000097
    RSDP "ACPIAM"

    Found 13 ACPI tables [20060324]


    snipped from lshw

    description: Motherboard
    product: M4A78-E
    vendor: ASUSTeK Computer INC.
    physical id: 0
    version: Rev 1.xx
    slot: To Be Filled By O.E.M.
    *-firmware
    description: BIOS
    vendor: American Megatrends Inc.
    physical id: 0
    version: 2511
    date: 08/20/2010
    size: 64KiB
    capacity: 960KiB
    capabilities: isa pci pnp apm upgrade shadowing escd cdboot bootselect socketedrom edd int13floppy1200 int13floppy720 int13floppy2880 int5printscreen int9keyboard int14serial int17printer int10video acpi usb ls120boot zipboot biosbootspecification

    I tried the intel CD alread but to my lulz I can't boot from my new BluRay drive. I'll check that matter when I have the time and see if I can send in a dump of that, too.

    I will also check a Jetway VIA C7 board and others as I find the time.

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  • AlbertP
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    OK then it should work with Linux Mint as well.

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  • whitecat
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    I know that "pmtools" is in Ubuntu and Debian repo too, but for other distro I don't know.

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  • AlbertP
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    I don't use a yum distro. Is there another way to get the package of Step 1?

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  • whitecat
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    Thank you for your report.

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