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ACPIHELP(1)									      ACPIHELP(1)

       acpihelp - ACPI help utility

       acpihelp <option>...  [<name-prefix>|<hex-value>]

       This manual page briefly documents the acpihelp command. The option list is taken from the
       acpihelp interactive 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 dif-
       ferent 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

   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

       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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