Nah ... Midori is based on Slack ...
The acpi stuff isn't chip-based, rather chipset and mobo based ... and since
that IP belongs to frontpath, they included their own ACPI drivers for it,
which work nicely I might add, but _seem_ to be closed ...
There ACPI links from midori are dead links as well ... so I'm not sure
there's source out there any more ...
> -----Original Message-----
> Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin) wrote:
> > No idea (... haven't hacked the progear to bits yet ...)
> > Seems to be based on Slakware 7.x with a 2.4.1-ac19 kernel ..
>> Slackware! Why isn't Midori used?
>> > (And some 'closed' modules for ACPI stuff ... damnit ...)
>> Seriously? Transmeta released closed source ACPI modules?
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