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ACPIEXEC(1)						      General Commands Manual						       ACPIEXEC(1)

NAME
acpiexec - ACPI AML execution and debug utility SYNOPSIS
acpiexec [<option>...] <aml-file> ... DESCRIPTION
This manual page briefly documents the acpiexec command. The option list is taken from the acpiexec interactive help. acpiexec provides a simulated execution environment for AML code so that it can be more easily tested and debugged. Much more detailed documentation may be found at http://www.acpica.org/documentation/. OPTIONS
-? Display the help message -b command-line Batch mode command line execution (cmd1;cmd2;...) -M [<method>] Batch mode method execution (Default: MAIN) -da Disable method abort on error -di Disable execution of _STA/_INI methods during init -do Disable Operation Region address simulation -dr Disable repair of method return values -dt Disable allocation tracking (performance) -ef Enable display of final memory statistics -ei Enable additional tests for ACPICA interfaces -em Enable interpreter Serialized mode -es Enable interpreter Slack mode -et Enable debug semaphore timeour -f <value> Operation Region initialization fill value -r Use hardware-reduced FADT V5 -vi Verbose initialization output -vr Verbose region handler output -x <debug-level> Debug output level AUTHOR
acpiexec was written by Robert Moore <robert.moore@intel.com>. This manual page was written by Al Stone <ahs3@redhat.com> for the Fedora project (but may be used by others). January 23, 2013 ACPIEXEC(1)

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IASL(8) 						    BSD System Manager's Manual 						   IASL(8)

NAME
iasl -- Intel ASL compiler and disassembler (iASL) SYNOPSIS
iasl [options] <input file> DESCRIPTION
The iasl is a fully-featured compiler for the ACPI Source Language (ASL). It translates ASL to ACPI Machine Language (AML), but iasl can also act as a disassembler, translating AML to ASL. OPTIONS
Global -@ file Specify command file. -I dir Specify additional include directory. General Output -p prefix Specify a path or filename prefix for all output files. -va Disable all errors and warnings in the summary. -vi Use less verbose errors and warnings. -vo Enable optimization comments. -vr Disable remarks. -vs Disable signon. -w 1 | 2 | 3 Set warning reporting level. AML Output Files -s a | c Create AML in assembler (*.asm) or C (*.c) source file. -i a | c Create assembler (*.inc) or C (*.h) include file. -t a | c Create AML in assembler or C hex table (*.hex). AML Code Generation -oa Disable all optimizations (compatibility mode). -of Disable constant folding. -oi Disable integer optimization to operation codes. -on Disable named reference string optimization. -r revision Override table header revision (1-255). Listings -l Create mixed, ASL and AML, listing file (*.lst). -ln Create namespace file (*.nsp). -ls Create combined source file (*.src). AML Disassembler -d file Disassemble binary ACPI table to a file (*.dsl). -dc file Disassemble AML and immediately compile it. -e f1, f2 Include ACPI table(s) for external symbol resolution. -2 Emit ACPI 2.0 compatible ASL code. -g Get ACPI tables and write to files (*.dat). Help -h Display additional help and compiler debug options. -hc Display operators allowed in constant expressions. -hr Display ACPI reserved method names. SEE ALSO
acpi(4), acpidump(8), amldb(8) Intel Corporation, iASL Compiler/Disassembler User Reference, Revision 2.00, http://www.acpica.org/download/aslcompiler.pdf, September 18, 2009. HISTORY
The iasl compiler/disassembler is part of the Intel ACPI Component Architecture (ACPICA). It first appeared in NetBSD 6.0. AUTHORS
Among Intel engineers, Robert Moore <robert.moore@intel.com> was the chief architect behind iasl. This manual page was written for NetBSD by Jukka Ruohonen <jruohonen@iki.fi>. BSD
April 10, 2010 BSD

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