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NAME

      acpi_toshiba - Toshiba HCI interface
 

SYNOPSIS

      device acpi_toshiba
 

DESCRIPTION

      HCI is Toshiba’s Hardware Control Interface which is somewhat uniform
      across their models.  The acpi_toshiba driver allows the user to manipu‐
sysctl(8) variables.
      The following sysctls are currently implemented:
 
      hw.acpi.toshiba.force_fan
              Causes active cooling to be forcibly enabled (‘1’) or disabled
              (‘0’) regardless of the current temperature.
 
      hw.acpi.toshiba.video_output
              Sets the active display to use according to a bitwise OR of the
              following:
 
              0       No display
              1       LCD
              2       CRT
              4       TV-Out
 
              Only some systems (i.e., the Libretto L5) support video switching
acpi_video(4) driver
              for generic video output support.
 
      hw.acpi.toshiba.lcd_brightness
              Makes the LCD backlight brighter or dimmer (higher values are
              brighter).
 
      hw.acpi.toshiba.lcd_backlight
              Turns the LCD backlight on and off.
 
      hw.acpi.toshiba.cpu_speed
              Sets the CPU speed to the specified speed.  This provides func‐
              tionality similar to the hw.acpi.cpu.throttle_state variable.
              Higher sysctl values mean lower CPU speeds.
 
sysctl.conf(5), which is
      parsed at boot-time.
      The hw.acpi.toshiba.enable_fn_keys tunable enables or disables the func‐
      tion keys on the keyboard.  Function keys are enabled by default.
 
loader(8) prompt or in
loader.conf(5).
sysctl(8)
 

HISTORY

      The acpi_toshiba driver first appeared in FreeBSD 5.1.
 

AUTHORS

      The acpi_toshiba driver was written by Hiroyuki Aizu 〈aizu@navi.org〉.
      This manual page was written by Philip Paeps 〈philip@FreeBSD.org〉.
 

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