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I only just realised that I had an issue. A quick flick to VT12, told me this: Code: ACPI group processor/action processor is not defined I haven't noticed any particular ...
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    Linux Enthusiast Weedman's Avatar
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    Syslog message about ACPI


    I only just realised that I had an issue.

    A quick flick to VT12, told me this:
    Code:
    ACPI group processor/action processor is not defined
    I haven't noticed any particular issues with ACPI. It's just that it is an error message, without any apparent side-effects.

    What does this mean/ What do I do to fix the problem?

    Thanks,
    weed
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    I'm not sure what it means, but did you try looking at your kernel configuration? I have a feeling that's where the problem lies.
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    Linux Enthusiast Weedman's Avatar
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    I checked my kernel config, nothing looks out of the ordinary.

    Could it be a daemon in the background controlling the acpi events? Like apmd or something??

    weed
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