Acpi 3.18 crashed with acpideamon installed
|Reported by:||ecsnl||Owned by:||eco|
|Priority:||blocker||Milestone:||Release version 3.19|
Pasha on the Friday the 5th of March we worked on a crash of my Thinkpad T60 with ACPI events. Pressing the power button does not crash the system. But pressing the blue ThinkVantage? button, opening or closing the screen, press the volume buttons all crashed the system (kernel trap). I also showed you this via VNC session with the kernel debugger.
You pointed out on IRC this might be caused by Lars updated Panorama. I even went back to standard GRADD from IBM and checked that the GRADD.SYS from IBM was also loaded. Creating any of the above listed ACPI events still caused the system to TRAP.
ACPI is buildlevel: Signature: @#netlabs dot org:3.18#@##1## 1 Mar 2010 06:19:57 pasha:::: 0::@@ ACPI core PSD Driver. (c) netlabs.org 2005-2009 Vendor: netlabs dot org Revision: 3.18 Date/Time?: 1 Mar 2010 06:19:57 Build Machine: pasha File Version: 3.18 Description: ACPI core PSD Driver. (c) netlabs.org 2005-2009
its loaded with the switches /APIC /SMP /VBE Using SMP kernel 104a
After our IRC chat I at least have been able to locate the a way around the trap. If I *don't* load the acpideamon.exe it does not trap the system, i can then press the volume button. The trap is also gone when the system is loaded with Panorama and the ACPIDEAMON.EXE is not loaded.
I don't have logs right now but you also have a T60 so you should be able to test this yourself.