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Old 08-08-2004, 11:17 PM   #1
2verb
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SMP & APM in 2.6 kernel


Does anyone know if there is an effort to get APM and SMP to work together. (Apparently in the 2.6 kernel they are mutually exclusive. Is this also true of ACPI?

My goal is to set up a dial up server. Meaning that when some PC on my LAN wants to hit the internet a Wake Up On Lan signal boots the server and it dials in to my ISP. After some time of inactivity it shuts down again.

Can I do this with ACPI?

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