F10 - Dell Inspiron - kernel doesn't see battery

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I just brought back an Inspiron laptop from the dead, with a hard drive transplant. I put F10 on it.
Although the display automatically dims when I unplug it from AC power, and
run off the battery -- so something is working in that area --
/proc/acpi/battery/BAT0 sez "present: no", so gnome's power meter is
useless.
Anyone else has power management working 100% with an Inspiron? Any magical
kernel command line voodoo?

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