I've been looking through the bug reports again, I noticed the the page linked to earlier now says "fixed".
Can you confirm azra?http://bugs.pardus.org.tr/show_bug.cgi?id=8343
When I asked about it on IRC...
<patacute> Sertse it has been solved
<kobzeci> sertse it is about the kernel panic
<havan> Sertse: yes, last comment says that it works if he deletes the "quiet" parameter at boot time (in grub)
My rough understanding of the bug report was that he encountered a kernel panic problem when booting Pardus, which was solved by having a no acpi parameter. But this gives creates the Battery monitor error.
One of the comment said that if the quiet parameter is removed, it would be ok. Just removing the quiet parameter I think.
I posted in the bug report for a clarification. Hope the respond
Also from Pardus mailing list:
"[Pardus-devel] 2008-test ACK/NACK - Update Details"
= Package : alsa-driver [Ozan Çağlayan <ozan_at_pardus.org.tr>]
* Ver.: 1.0.18a_20081203, Rel.: 38, Type: None
* Ozan Çağlayan <ozan_at_pardus.org.tr> [2008-12-03]
Version bump to latest nightly snapshot which fixes some Dell laptop
* Ver.: 1.0.18a, Rel.: 37, Type: None
* Ozan Çağlayan <ozan_at_pardus.org.tr> [2008-11-12]
- Version bump to the latest stable 1.0.18,
- Fixes eeepcs shutdown problem (Fixes #7989),
- Fixes distortioned sound problem of Compaq Presario, (Fixes #8306).
Bug 7989 is http://bugs.pardus.org.tr/show_bug.cgi?id=7989
, it is about a sound problem, making the eeepc not shutdown completely. Ask Williem or tuxedup
, they were discussing it in http://worldforum.pardus-linux.nl/index.php?topic=1986.msg8934#msg8934
This sounds similar to yours with the AAO...don't know if is the same bug? However the eeepc shutdown fix is now in the test repo...