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dont think it would really matter as long as you compiled it into the kernel or in modules correctly. considering you want to fool with that and dont want to just have a basic non fucked with generic mainstream distro.
Installed SuSE 8.2 last night since suse.com clamed full ACPI support. The OS does support ACPI, but not for kernel 2.4, which happens to be the kernel installed by the OS. Have heard Mandrake supports ACPI by default as well, will download tonight. Anyone had any ACPI experiences with Mandrake or any other release?