ACPI driver

Version: 
3.23.12
Release date: 
Sunday, 7 July, 2019
Price: 
$49.00

License:

Interface:

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Purpose of this driver is to provide ACPI interface:

  • It takes care about power saving (APM functionality)
  • it controls IRQ sharing
  • it enables thirdparty applications to control cooler, watch etc
  • and more.

On ecomstation.ru there is a page dedicated to next coming ACPI tools while on Netlabs Trac you can report problems and follow the development (username:"guest", password: "netlabs").

This software is distributed as compressed package. You have to download and manually install it; if prerequisites are required, you will have to manually install them too.

Manual installation

Self-installing WarpIN package. See below for download link(s). A recent kernel is required (at least 14.104a).

Following ones are the download links for manual installation:

ACPI driver v. 3.23.12 (7/7/2019, Arca Noae LLC, David Azarewicz) Readme/What's new
Readme for the ACPI Driver Package version 3.23.12 It is recommended that you backup your boot partition before installing this software. You should not attempt to uninstall this software by using Warpin since that will not revert your system back to the way it was and can make your system unbootable. You can stop using this software by simply commenting out the relevant lines in your config.sys. This package contains the following files, known as the ACPI Driver Software, from the ACPI Driver Project. You must always use matched versions of all the files in this package. You cannot mix some files from previous versions. ACPI.PSD - The Platform Specific Driver ACPI32.DLL - The Application interface to ACPI.PSD AcpiDaemon.exe - A helper application. Handles throttling, logging. APM.ADD - A interface for emulating legacy APM calls with ACPI AcpiStat.exe - Outputs some statistics from ACPI.PSD ACPID.CFG.SAMPLE - Sample AcpiDaemon configuration file IASL.EXE - ASL compiler AcpiDump.exe - Dumps ACPI tables In addition to installing the requested software, the Warpin Installer for this package will make the following changes to your system: 1. Remove POWERMAN.EXE from your CONFIG.SYS, if it exists. 2. Remove APM.SYS from your CONFIG.SYS, if it exists. 3. Remove VAPM.SYS from your CONFIG.SYS, if it exists. 4. Remove OS2APIC.PSD from your CONFIG.SYS, if it exists. 5. Remove any duplicate copies of ACPI.PSD from \ and \OS2 on your boot disk. 6. Remove any duplicate copies of APM.ADD from \ and \OS2 on your boot disk. Note that the Warpin installer only removes certain entries from your CONFIG.SYS. It does not actually uninstall these programs. These programs and their data will still be present on your disk. For your convenience, this Warpin package also includes updates in separate packages that are not part of the ACPI Driver project and are not related to ACPI or the driver. The updated files, each in their own package, are: * DOSCALL1.DLL * TCPIP32.DLL * IBMKBD.SYS * PSCOM.SYS * RESOURCE.SYS * SOCKETSK.SYS Note that APM.ADD is the APM compatibility support using ACPI included in this package. If you have the old APM.SYS installed, you must remove it from your config.sys. The Warpin package checks this for you. ACPID.CFG is formatted differently than older versions. Check the ACPID.CFG.SAMPLE file for the new format. You should use the newest acpid.cfg.sample as your acpid.cfg and modify it to enable your chosen parameters. The daemon will default to reasonable settings if acpid.cfg is not present. Do not use the old Acpi Wizard (AcpiWzrd.exe) to install or configure this software. This software will run with full functionality on the following kernels: Arca Noae 14.201 SMP Retail Arca Noae 14.104b SMP Debug This software will run on the following kernels but some advanced features such as support for 64 interrupts will not work: Arca Noae 14.200 SMP Retail Arca Noae 14.104a SMP Debug Arca Noae 14.200 W4 Retail IBM 14.104a SMP Retail IBM 14.105 SMP Retail IBM 14.106 SMP Retail IBM 14.104a W4 Retail IBM 14.105 W4 Retail IBM 14.106 W4 Retail You must also be using either the IBM or Arca Noae loader. Other kernels or loaders might work but are not supported. Some functions may not work with the debug kernel. Some functions will not work with the W4 kernel. This installer package is not supported on systems using anything other than CMD.EXE as the default OS/2 shell. Installation ============ To install this package, simply run the installation executable. Leave all the defaults as-is. When installing this package always answer to overwrite existing files and always answer to unlock any files in use. If you want to install the debug builds, select "ACPI Debug Modules" package. Do not try to uninstall any of the ACPI package using Warpin. If you want to revert back to the retail builds, simply re-install the whole ACPI package without selecting the "ACPI Debug Modules" package. Copyright and License ===================== Copyright (c) 2011-2019 David Azarewicz <david@88watts.net> All rights reserved. Copyright (c) 1999 - 2019, Intel Corp. All rights reserved. Copyright (c) 2005-2009 eCo Software Copyright (c) 2005-2007 netlabs.org (c) Copyright IBM Corporation 1990,2000. All rights reserved. The ACPI Driver Software is a derivative work of the Intel ACPICA and the IBM DDK. Binary programs and documentation for the ACPI Driver Software are licensed to and distributed by Arca Noae, LLC. Important! By downloading or using this software, you acknowledge that you have read and consent to the license agreement contained in the separate License.txt file, that you understand it, and that you agree to be bound by its terms. Getting Support and Reporting Problems ====================================== For more information and to report problems please visit: https://www.arcanoae.com and click on SUPPORT. Or go directly to the ACPI Driver support wiki at: https://www.arcanoae.com/wiki/acpi/ Also read the included documentation (psd_en.inf) for additional information and troubleshooting information. Change Log ========== 3.23.12 - 07-Jul-2019 - David Azarewicz Rewrote/improved PSD heap manager. Updated to ACPICA 20190509. See https://acpica.org/ for details. Updated to ACPICA 20190703. See https://acpica.org/ for details. Added AcpiReset function to OEMHLP$ interface. Added an additional PCI configuration fixup. Changed /PBDUMP method of operation. 3.23.11 - 11-Feb-2019 - David Azarewicz Updated to ACPICA 20181213. See https://acpica.org/ for details. Updated to ACPICA 20190108. See https://acpica.org/ for details. Increased PSD heap size limit to 16M to accomodate some systems with an excessively large ACPI. Implemented protection against an excessive number of unused processors defined in the ACPI of some systems Fixed debug output for DeviceSetIRQ. Changed PCI fixup logic to not enable unused bridges. Changed PCI fixup logic to not assign disabled interrupts. Fixed power manager in daemon to properly query CPU load. 3.23.10 - 01-Sep-2018 - David Azarewicz Minor change to PCI setup to not disable unassigned interrupts. This change prevents certain non-fatal errors from occurring during boot on some systems with certain BIOS defects. This may speed up booting slightly on those systems. Enhanced Daemon Power Manager to check for interference from external programs. This change ensures that the ACPI Daemon maintains control of enabling and disabling CPUS for power management even if other applications attempt to override it. Changed to only enable needed GPEs. This means that only events needed by the PSD are enabled. Previously all events were enabled by default. This change will allow certain systems with certain BIOS problems to boot and run normally. Implemented fix for IPI timeout problem. This addresses intermittent hangs on some multi-CPU systems with a CPU clock greater than 3 Ghz. Updated to ACPICA 20180810. See https://acpica.org/ for details. 3.23.09 - 02-May-2018 - David Azarewicz Modified ACPI parser in PCI configuration to ignore duplicate device IDs. Enhanced PCI setup to fix some more minor BIOS errors. Updated to ACPICA 20180427. See https://acpica.org/ for details. 3.23.08 - 07-Jan-2018 - David Azarewicz Added KillProc IOCtl. Added experimental /NOACPI option Updated to ACPICA 20180105. See https://acpica.org/ for details. 3.23.07 - 20-Aug-2017 - David Azarewicz Implemented fix for a defect in PhysToVirt in all SMP kernels. Updated to ACPICA 20170728. See https://acpica.org/ for details. 3.23.06 - 16-Jul-2017 - David Azarewicz Fixed a problem handling interrupts > 47 Implemented limited MSI support. Added /NOMSI switch. Enhanced kernel detection due to problems with older kernels. NOTE: This version will limit the number of interrupts to 32 for older kernels to avoid possible kernel traps. Updated to ACPICA 20170629. See https://acpica.org/ for details. 3.23.05 - 30-Dec-2016 - David Azarewicz Reorganized and cleaned up much of the old code in order to implement some new features. Updated to ACPICA 20170119. See https://acpica.org/ for details. 3.23.04 - 12-Oct-2016 - David Azarewicz Fixed minor issue when running in PIC mode related to the 64 int change. Improved how the PSD integrates with the kernel. This fixed a minor problem related to the 64 int change. Fixed a problem in InstallDebugFiles.cmd Updated to ACPICA 20160930. See https://acpica.org/ for details. 3.23.03 - 06-Sep-2016 - David Azarewicz Added support for up to 64 interrupts. Removed automatic fallback to VW if too many interrupts. Use of /VW is discouraged. Fixed building iasl compiler. Some minor fixes to the Warpin installer. Updated to ACPICA 20160831 3.23.02 - 22-Jun-2016 - David Azarewicz Updated to ACPICA 20151124. Updated to ACPICA 20151218. Updated to ACPICA 20160108. Updated to ACPICA 20160318. ACPI 6.1 is now supported. Updated to ACPICA 20160422. Updated to ACPICA 20160527. Toolkit fixes. There are toolkit changes with this version -> v1.2 3.23.01 - 03-Jan-2016 - David Azarewicz Updated to ACPICA 20150930. ACPI 6.0 is now supported. Automatically limit to Virtual Wire mode if more than 32 interrupts. Minor changes to PCI setup for systems which need to run in VW mode. There are toolkit changes with this version -> v1.1 3.22.08 - 21-Jun-2015 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Corrected a problem where the Daemon wouldn't run on non-eCS systems. Updated to ACPICA 20150410 Documentation updates 3.22.07 - 20-Feb-2015 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA 20150204 Updated to ACPICA 20141107 Remove some restrictions in Warpin installer Documentation updates 3.22.06 - 02-Oct-2014 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA 20140828 Updated to ACPICA 20140926 3.22.05 - 28-Aug-2014 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA 20140424 Updated to ACPICA 20140627 Updated to ACPICA 20140724. ACPI 5.1 is now supported. Some minor code cleanup. Changed startup announcements to include license information. 3.22.04 - 12-May-2014 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA 20140114 Updated to ACPICA 20140214 Updated to ACPICA 20140325 Added an SMP safe hires timer query routine Changed the way AcpiTkPrepareToSleep() and AcpiTkGoToSleep() stops multiple CPUs. 3.22.03 - 28-Nov-2013 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA 20130823. Updated to ACPICA 20130927. Updated to ACPICA 20131115. Added a check to not use a the result when evaluating an object returns a good status but a bad result (specifically _PCT, _CST). Added code to reinitialize the hires timer to a default state after suspend. 3.22.02 - 03-Jul-2013 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA 20130626 Changed power manager thread so it will work with reasonable defaults if the acpid.cfg file does not exist. 3.22.01 - 02-Jun-2013 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Ported entire project to OpenWatcom Updated to ACPICA 20130517 Added FBPR workaround. Changed order drivers are called during Suspend/Resume to be consistent. 3.21.07 - 18-Jan-2013 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Fixed a PSD stack overflow problem for systems with "unusual" types of ACPI. 3.21.06 - 14-Jan-2013 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Minor changes to sleep/wake sequence order. Installer updated for eCS 2.2. Fixed installer problem detecting DBCS systems. 3.21.05 - 27-Dec-2012 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Changed the PSD stack usage. 3.21.04 - 15-Dec-2012 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA version 20121114. Added a check for ACPI in PSD_INSTALL. Added a PSD /WA switch to workaround common ACPI defects. Fixed support for motherboards that use VW through IOAPIC interrupt routing. Added support for systems with a BIOS that has problems with PCI config interrupt changes. Added some resume troubleshooting aids to the debug PSD. Changed Warpin installer to preserve certain PSD switches. Documentation updates. 3.21.03 - 28-Nov-2012 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA version 20121018. Toolkit updated. Removed powerdlg from distribution since it is no longer maintained and no longer supported. Misc code cleanup. Added memory type sync function for video drivers. Minor updates regarding suspend / resume for video. Added a PSD /OSI= switch. Removed the PSD /VBE switch. Added a PSD /NOVBE switch. 3.21.02 - 06-Sep-2012 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA version 20120816. Fixed another bug in APM.ADD related to sleep/wake. Rework and cleanup wakeup code. Documentation updates. 3.21.01 - 26-Aug-2012 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA version 20120711. Fixed problems with the MADT parser. Adjusted the PCI configuration fixup routines to mask problems with questionable hardware in low end systems. (This does not affect normal systems.) Makefile and Warpin installer changes. Added /CPUMASK option for systems that cannot disable hyperthreading in the BIOS. Removed unneeded kernel patch (EOI). Added a function to the toolkit API (PerpareToSleep). 3.20.04 - 22-Jul-2012 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA version 20120620 Fixed a bug in APM.ADD related to sleep/wake. Fixed a bug in powerdlg.exe Cleaned up switch syntax to be consistent. Documentation changes. 3.20.03 - 22-Jun-2012 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated to ACPICA version 20120518. PowerManager updated to include suspend/resume support. PowerManager updated to halt CPUs > 0 if overtemp. Implemented idle time halt for SMP kernels. Using CPU throttling on SMP kernels is now not recommended since it will increase power consumption. Read the Power Manager documentation. 3.20.02 - 23-May-2012 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Reduced some memory requirements. Implemented a test to only change link Irqs if necessary. Changed to only assign Link Irqs if less than maximum allowed. Some changes to debug output in debug version. Some work was done on Suspend / Resume Changed the interrupt out-of-range to be a non-fatal warning instead of a fatal error. Fixes for the MADT parser. Documentation updates. 3.20.01 - 25-Mar-2012 - David Azarewicz --------------------------------------- Updated the ACPICA to 5.0 version 20120215. Fixed problem with Award ACPI and possibly other similar vendors. Changes in 3.19.16 - Jul-2011 - David Azarewicz ----------------------------------------------- Updated the ACPICA to version 20110623. Implemented a workaround in AcpiDaemon to ignore defective SLPB devices. Note that this workaround just ignores the events generated by defective SLPB devices, but the events still happen. If AcpiDaemon logging is enabled these events will still be logged at the rate of about 1 every 2 seconds and the logfile could fill up your disk. Documentation updates Warpin installer improvements and fixes. 3.19.15 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- Changed PCI bus scan to scan all busses even if bridges are not found for those busses. Rewrote the ACPI root bridge detection routine to properly handle systems with multiple root bridges. Fixed the ACPI device tree walk routine to better accomodate variations in different vendor's ACPI tables. Fixed a trap due to a spurious interrupt on some Multi-CPU systems when running in Mode 1. Added a feature to the Power Manager to turn off (halt) CPUs when the system is idle. Fixed more bugs in APM.ADD. Changed some debug output. Reworked the routines for debug video output. Added bldlevel string to AcpiDaemon.exe Changed the version of APM.ADD to match the PSD. Added an OverTempPower setting to the power manager in AcpiDaemon. Changed to only override _OS_ if /OS= is specified on the command line. Documentation updates. Added Power Manager documentation. Warpin Installer fixes. 3.19.14 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- Fixed an error in Local APIC ID assignment for multi-processor systems. Documentation updates. 3.19.13 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- DLL code cleanup and fix memory leak. Rearranged some functions in DLL to try to workaround a long time existing problem in the xworkplace/ecenter enhanced shutdown power off (page not present problem). Even with this workaround, the xworkplace/ecenter enhanced shutdown is still broken and the power off function may still not work in some cases until xworkplace/ecenter gets fixed. Some work on suspend/resume. It might work, but it is still not finished. Some changes to acpid.cfg. See new acpid.cfg.sample. Documentation updates. There are still a few known problems on a few remaining oddball systems. These problems are still being worked on. However, with this version, this PSD should work well on over 90% of all systems. For now, beware of Acer equipment, some Dell equipment, and systems like the IBM xSeries servers. 3.19.12 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- Fix for defective old AMD/VIA APICs or BIOS. The PSD now checks and reassigns APIC IDs if needed. /BAUD=n switch added for debug output Some changes to acpid.cfg. See new acpid.cfg.sample. Assign interrupts to all devices even if the BIOS says they are disabled. Fixup enable bits for all devices (Fixes some systems with a defective BIOS like Acer) The PSD may now modify the PCI configuration in all modes including modes 0 and 1. Some work on suspend/resume. It is still not working. APM.ADD may have problems. Use it at your own risk. 3.19.11 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- Fixed ACPI memory allocation and mutex helper routines. Major changes to the embedded controller code. Communication with the embedded controller now works correctly. Major changes to event handling code. Documentation was updated. There is still much work to be done in APM.ADD and AcpiDeamon.exe so these modules may not work correctly yet. Suspend/resume is known to be broken. 3.19.10 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- Fixed interrupt routing for link based systems. Minor changes to interrupt startup code including: changed the trigger type for interrupt 8, masked interrupt 2 in Symmetric mode. Removed temporary /NV switch. NVidia systems now work properly. The NVidia chipset was never actually the problem. It was the BIOS. Added temporary /TEST switch. This switch should only be used at the request of the developer. Documentation was updated There is still much work to be done in APM.ADD and AcpiDeamon.exe so these modules may not work correctly yet. 3.19.09 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- Fixed a bug in APM.ADD that could cause a trap on startup. Changed some debug output. Temporarily added /NV switch for debugging NVidia hardware. 3.19.08 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- Interrupts for unused PCI devices are now disabled. Acpi startup reorganized, again. 3.19.07 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- Acpi startup reorganized. PCI configuration testing APM.ADD now accepts /DBGLVL=n switch, default=0 3.19.06 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- Acpi interrupt setup fixed. PCI configuration fixes. /FS switch removed 3.19.05 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- update.cmd was added to make updating a system easier and less error prone to typos. Documentation was updated. 3.19.04 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- The PSD now properly detects the initial interrupt configuration as setup by the BIOS so that the transition to eCS works properly (or at least better). The PCI configuration logic has been cleaned up and rewritten. It is better now but not complete yet. Several of the toolkit functions have been fixed. Powerdlg.exe was added to the source tree and the distribution. 3.19.03 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- More work on interrupt mode setup. The PSD now detects APIC versions and configures itself appropriately. If IOAPICs are detected older than version 0x20 the PSD will not use them and therefore will not run in Symmetric Mode. These APICs have problems handling EOI. A workaround may be implemented in the future. The resume code for interrupts has been cleaned up. The shutdown code was cleaned up. The AcpiDaemon.exe has been reorganized to be more flexible with different types of functions such as PowerMan. The format of acpid.cfg has changed. See the new acpid.cfg.sample for the new format. Powerman is now integrated into acpidaemon.exe. You can still run powerman.exe if you do not run acpidaemon.exe, but they will not both run at the same time. The throttling algorithm has been improved. PowerMan configuration is now integrated into acpid.cfg. The standalone powerman.exe is not supported anymore. A new powerdlg.exe is available to talk to the new integrated powerman and write the new config format. Old versions of powerdlg.exe will not work with the new integrated powerman and may cause problems if used. The vpic.sys driver has been removed from the ACPI package. It may or may not be put back in the future. Do not use any version of vpic.sys from previous ACPI distributions. You may use the IBM version of this driver. 3.19.02 - David Azarewicz ------------------------- The interrupt handling and setup code in the PSD has been mostly rewritten. It works differently than previous versions of ACPI.PSD. The documentation has been updated to reflect the differences. Read it. The most significant change is that the PSD now starts the system in Symmetric Mode (formerly known as APIC mode). This means that all drivers can be assigned one interrupt that they can use forever. The nightmare of switching interrupts part way through the bootup is now not necessary. Drivers also do not need to be "ACPI aware" in that they do not need to call the PSD to find their interrupt. Because of the changes, this PSD is more efficient and may cause your system to operate faster. This may expose existing problems in other places. This does NOT mean that the PSD is broken! These problems in other places were already there and a faster system can uncover them or make them occur more often. For example, there is a known existing problem starting the pmshell due to a problem in doscall1.dll. The doscall1.dll problem can cause a Trap D, a Trap E, or a hang. This problem in doscall1.dll has always been there and is not related to anything in the PSD. It can occur randomly when booting a multiprocessor system. Increased system speed makes the problem more likely. Single processor systems appear to not be affected. Again, this problem is NOT a problem with the PSD. A solution to the doscall1.dll problem is being investigated separately. 3.19 and previous - eCo Software -------------------------------- The ACPI project was originally created and maintained from 2005 through 2009 by eCo Software.
 ecsoft2.org/os2-ecs-drivers-and-software-package
ACPI driver v. 3.23.10 (10/9/2018, Arca Noae LLC, David Azarewicz) Readme/What's new
Change Log ========== 3.23.10 - 01-Sep-2018 - David Azarewicz Minor change to PCI setup to not disable unassigned interrupts. This change prevents certain non-fatal errors from occurring during boot on some systems with certain BIOS defects. This may speed up booting slightly on those systems. Enhanced Daemon Power Manager to check for interference from external programs. This change ensures that the ACPI Daemon maintains control of enabling and disabling CPUS for power management even if other applications attempt to override it. Changed to only enable needed GPEs. This means that only events needed by the PSD are enabled. Previously all events were enabled by default. This change will allow certain systems with certain BIOS problems to boot and run normally. Implemented fix for IPI timeout problem. This addresses intermittent hangs on some multi-CPU systems with a CPU clock greater than 3 Ghz. Updated to ACPICA 20180810. See https://acpica.org/ for details. This is an important update that should be installed by everyone.
 ecsoft2.org/os2-ecs-drivers-and-software-package
ACPI driver v. 3.23.09 (13/5/2018, Arca Noae LLC, David Azarewicz) Readme/What's new
Change Log ========== 3.23.09 - 02-May-2018 - David Azarewicz Updated to ACPICA 20180209. See https://acpica.org/ for details. Updated to ACPICA 20180313. See https://acpica.org/ for details. Modified ACPI parser in PCI configuration to ignore duplicate device IDs. Enhanced PCI setup to fix some more minor BIOS errors. Updated to ACPICA 20180427. See https://acpica.org/ for details.
 ecsoft2.org/os2-ecs-drivers-and-software-package
ACPI driver v. 3.23.08 (21/2/2018, Arca Noae LLC, David Azarewicz) Readme/What's new
Change Log ========== 3.23.08 - 07-Jan-2018 - David Azarewicz * - Updated to ACPICA 20171110. See https://acpica.org/ for details. * - Updated to ACPICA 20180105. See https://acpica.org/ for details. * - Added KillProc IOCtl. * - Added experimental /NOACPI option
 ecsoft2.org/os2-ecs-drivers-and-software-package
ACPI driver v. 3.23.07 (7/9/2017, Arca Noae LLC, David Azarewicz) Readme/What's new
Change Log ========== 3.23.07 - 20-Aug-2017 - David Azarewicz New kernel patch to fix a defect in PhysToVirt in all SMP kernels. Updated to ACPICA 20170728. See https://acpica.org/ for details.
 ecsoft2.org/os2-ecs-drivers-and-software-package
ACPI driver v. 3.23.06 (16/7/2017, Arca Noae LLC, David Azarewicz) Readme/What's new
Change Log ========== 3.23.06 - 16-Jul-2017 - David Azarewicz Updated to ACPICA 20170303. See https://acpica.org/ for details. Updated to ACPICA 20170629. See https://acpica.org/ for details. Fixed a problem handling interrupts > 47 Implemented limited MSI support. Added /NOMSI switch. Enhanced kernel detection due to problems with older kernels. NOTE: This version will limit the number of interrupts to 32 for older kernels to avoid possible kernel traps.
 ecsoft2.org/os2-ecs-drivers-and-software-package
ACPI driver v. 3.23.05 (30/12/2016, Arca Noae LLC, David Azarewicz) Readme/What's new
3.23.05 - 30-Dec-2016 - David Azarewicz Updated to ACPICA 20161117. See https://acpica.org/ for details. Updated to ACPICA 20161222. See https://acpica.org/ for details. Updated to ACPICA 20170119. See https://acpica.org/ for details. Reorganized and cleaned up much of the old code in order to implement some new features.
 ecsoft2.org/os2-ecs-drivers-and-software-package
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