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Power management does not work out of the box as ACPI is unsupported on this laptop but it does support APM.
 
Power management does not work out of the box as ACPI is unsupported on this laptop but it does support APM.
 
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  pacman -S apmd
Edit the DEAMONS line in /etc/rc.conf accordingly. You may also want to edit /boot/grub/menu.lst and add the following to the kernel line:
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Specifications

LS500

BIOS: A09
CPU: PIII-M 500MHz
RAM: 128MB
HDD: 30GB IBM Travelstar 4200RPM (7GB Windows 2000, 23GB Arch)
PCMCIA Cards: None
Kernel: 2.6.24-ARCH


Current Problems

  1. HAL does not mount USB Storage devices
  2. Hard Disk will fail upon mounting when a soft-reboot has occured. Only solution so far is to hard-reboot.


Hardware

NIC

Works out of the box.


Power Management

Power management does not work out of the box as ACPI is unsupported on this laptop but it does support APM.

pacman -S apmd

Edit the DAEMONS line in /etc/rc.conf accordingly. You may also want to edit /boot/grub/menu.lst and add the following to the kernel line:

acpi=off apm=power_off nolapic noapic

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