On Wednesday 19 August 2009 02:17 pm, Jung-uk Kim wrote:
On Wednesday 19 August 2009 10:41 am, Ed Schouten wrote:
* pluknet <pluk...@gmail.com> wrote:
I'm not Patrik, but I saw this on two Intel boxes running on
6.2. smbios.system.product="S5000PAL". I didn't try the later
releases on them.
I wouldn't mind adding non-Apple hardware to this list, but only
if you can tell me the following:
There are many Intel ICH boards with this "feature", not just Apple
I heard disabling legacy keyboard/mouse emulation may work around
the problem if there is option in the BIOS:
The hack for Mac is required because it doesn't have "BIOS".
FYI, I found RT Linux people wrote a simple tool to control the
bits from user space:
I found I had a similar (but very old) tool for FreeBSD:
Originally it was posted here:
It was a different symptom but basically the same problem, i.e., a
buggy BIOS spinning too much time in SMM code.
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