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are you have shutdown via terminal (i mean cli mode by press ctrl+alt+F1) and next type shutdown -h now


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My machine is an Asus F50SF and the following helped: Open your BIOS settings Navigate to Security > I/O Interface security Change New interface card to LOCKED and save the settings. Voilá! You can boot without nolapic and you can see all your cores.


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According to Linux man page, acpid is the system-wide ACPI event catcher. acpi_listen is a simple shell-friendly tool which connects to acpid and listens for events. When an event occurs, acpi_listen will print it on stdout. As far as i understand, the keys ctrl, shift are not event creating keys. fn keys coupled with up or down (for toggling ...


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acpi_listen is for observing cmds to the ACPI runtime, So if you where to say increase or decrease the brightness on your laptop you would see this. video/brightnessdown BRTDN 00000087 00000000 video/brightnessup BRTUP 00000086 00000000 I'm not really sure which tool you should use for listening to general key presses, but I know it's not acpi_listen.



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