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CentOS 7.0 - man page for acpihelp (centos section 1)

ACPIHELP(1)				       General Commands Manual					  ACPIHELP(1)

NAME
acpihelp - ACPI help utility
SYNOPSIS
acpihelp <option>... [<name-prefix>|<hex-value>]
DESCRIPTION
This manual page briefly documents the acpihelp command. The option list is taken from the acpihelp interac- tive help. acpihelp provides descriptive text for AML and ASL keywords, methods, and opcodes. Much more detailed documentation may be found at http://www.acpica.org/documentation/. If neither a <name-prefix> or a <hex-value> is provided, acpihelp will do the logical equivalent of a "display all." A default search (that is, a search with no options) and a <name-prefix> can mean two different things: (1) if <name-prefix> does not start with an underscore, find ASL operator names, or (2) if <name-prefix> does start with an underscore, find ASL predefined method names.
OPTIONS
ACPI Names and Symbols -k [<name-prefix>] Find/Display ASL non-operator keyword(s) -m [<name-prefix>] Find/Display AML opcode name(s) -p [<name-prefix>] Find/Display ASL predefined method name(s) -s [<name-prefix>] Find/Display ASL operator name(s) ACPI Values -e [<hex-value>] Decode ACPICA exception code -i Display known ACPI Device IDs (_HID) -i [<hex-value>] Decode hex AML opcode
AUTHOR
acpihelp 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 ACPIHELP(1)


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