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ACPIHELP(8)	       DragonFly System Manager's Manual	   ACPIHELP(8)

NAME

acpihelp -- help utility for ASL operators, AML opcodes, and ACPI prede- fined names

SYNOPSIS

acpihelp [option ...] [name/prefix | hex_value]

DESCRIPTION

The following options are supported: -a [name/prefix | *] Display both ASL operator and AML opcode name(s). -d Display iASL Preprocessor directives. -e [hex_value] Decode ACPICA exception code. -g [name/prefix | *] Display AML grammar element(s). -h Display help. -i [name/prefix | *] Display ACPI/PNP Hardware ID(s). -k [name/prefix | *] Display ASL non-operator keyword(s). -m [name/prefix | *] Display AML opcode name(s). -o [hex_value] Decode hex AML opcode. -p [name/prefix | *] Display ASL predefined method name(s). -s [name/prefix | *] Display ASL operator name(s). -t Display supported ACPI tables. -u Display ACPI-related UUIDs. -v Display version information. If neither name/prefix nor hex_value are specified acpihelp defaults to displaying all information available for the specified option. If a name/prefix but no options are specified acpihelp defaults to find- ing ASL operator names if name/prefix does not start with an underscore, and to finding ASL predefined method names if name/prefix does start with an underscore.

SEE ALSO

acpi(4), acpibin(8), acpicall(8), acpiconf(8), acpidump(8), acpiexec(8), acpinames(8), acpixtract(8), iasl(8) https://acpica.org/documentation/

AUTHORS

The acpihelp utility is provided by Intel as part of their ACPICA distri- bution. This manual page was written by Sascha Wildner. DragonFly 4.9 July 30, 2016 DragonFly 4.9

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