Re: ACPI solution

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open your grub.conf file and add acpi=on to the end of the kernel line.

sean


On Sun, 2003-11-09 at 19:05, Alfa Dankel wrote:
> I've have Fedora core 1 installed in my computer, but don't turn it off.  In 
> KERNEL NOTES SAY:
> "using the following boot-time option:
> acpi=on  "             - where is this? - what file? -
> 
> Please may you  explain me step by step what I must to do to resolve it.
> How I can activate ACPI support in my system. I've got Intel Board D845GBV.
> 
> Fedora will have  AMD Athlon 64 support in the future?
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