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#1 2019-05-30 05:00:28

dxxvi
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LG Gram 17Z990 R.AAS7U1 ACPI Error

Hi All,

I just had that LG Gram. When I installed Arch from a usb, there was an error "ACPI Error: no handler or method for GPE XX, disabling event (20190205/evgpe-835)" being printed on the screen for about 5 mins. Then it stopped and I can install Arch. Now I boot into Arch from the disk, but that error keeps showing on the screen forever. If I add the kernel option "acpi=off" to the systemd boot menu (by pressing 'e', then adding "acpi=off" to the end of the command), I don't see that message anymore but the keyboard stops working.

Does anybody know any way to fix this issue?

Regards.

Update 1: Google found this, but DuckDuckGo didn't.

Update 2: the above link said that option pci=noacpi removed that issue. It worked for me. Another problem is that there's no mouse cursor when I start xorg with startx. Not sure if this issue has anything to do with pci=noacpi

Last edited by dxxvi (2019-05-30 16:35:45)

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#2 2019-05-30 12:52:30

KhaimovMR
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Registered: 2019-05-30
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Re: LG Gram 17Z990 R.AAS7U1 ACPI Error

There's an issue on bugzilla:
https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=203617

...no fixes so far. You can bump up the issue by your information.

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#3 2019-08-17 11:33:08

KhaimovMR
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Re: LG Gram 17Z990 R.AAS7U1 ACPI Error

There's the patch in the bugzilla issue thread. Already applied it to my kernel. At leask on my 5.1+ kernels application went well and the fix is working.

Last edited by KhaimovMR (2019-08-17 11:33:38)

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#4 2019-08-17 11:34:22

KhaimovMR
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Re: LG Gram 17Z990 R.AAS7U1 ACPI Error

Still no luck with fingerprint reader support though.

Last edited by KhaimovMR (2019-08-17 11:34:33)

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