DragonFlyBSD Updates Its ACPICA Implementation
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 9 April 2015 at 05:02 PM EDT. Add A Comment
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DragonFlyBSD developers have updated their ACPI power management implementation against Intel's ACPICA code as of yesterday.

With this commit pushed out today, it syncs the ACPICA code in the DragonFlyBSD kernel against Intel's newest reference code. This contains the first part of upstream DragonFlyBSD support, the Windows 10 _OSI string was added, printf issue fixes, and other changes.

Details on the ACPI Component Architecture can be found at ACPICA.org.
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