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Writing a WMI driver - an introduction

Writing a WMI driver - an introduction

Posted Jun 10, 2010 12:25 UTC (Thu) by iksaif (guest, #54284)
In reply to: Writing a WMI driver - an introduction by hadess
Parent article: Writing a WMI driver - an introduction

Yep, it is if you don't have any kind of documentation.
But the flags can help you (ACPI_WMI_METHOD, ACPI_WMI_EVENT).

A debug option was added to wmi.ko last month, the module will dump wmi informations on load, and it uses wmidump output format. So you don't have to search _WDG in your DSDT.

But even when you have found the correct UUID, you'll need to find/guess events code and methods id ...


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