What does the "acpi_osi="Linux"" command do in the grub.cfg file?
Hi everyone, I am quite new to linux and I am trying to learn something.
In my Toshiba Satellite P300 laptop with Ubuntu 10.04 installed, I had always-running fans.
Now I added the acpi_osi="Linux" command to the 1st kernel line in grub.cfg file and I fixed the problem.
Does anyone know what the command change?
Thanks so much in advance.
Re: What does the "acpi_osi="Linux"" command do in the grub.cfg file?
I found some information here http://www.squadrainformatica.com/it/blog/standard_osi_e_dmi_maggiore_compatibilita_bios_ker nel .
It is in italian but I think that you are Italian like me
A allora perché parliamo inglese...