Note: The goal of the Linux ACPI project is that Linux should work on unmodified firmware.If you still find this type of workaround necessary on modern kernels then you should consider submiting a bug report.Out of curiousity, you can follow the steps below to extract your DSDT and search the file. A DSDT file is originally written in ACPI Source language (an .asl/file).
DSDT (Differentiated System Description Table) is a part of the ACPI specification.
It supplies information about supported power events in a given system.
ACPI tables are provided in firmware from the manufacturer.
Verify that the network path is correct and the destination computer is not busy or turned off.
If Windows still cannot find the network path, contact your network administrator.
You were not connected because a duplicate name exists on the network.If joining a domain, go to System in Control Panel to change the computer name and try again.A common Linux problem is missing ACPI functionality, such as: fans not running, screens not turning off when the lid is closed, etc.This can stem from DSDTs made with Windows specifically in mind, which can be patched after installation.The goal of this article is to analyze and rebuild a faulty DSDT, so that the kernel can override the default one.Basically a DSDT table is the code run on ACPI (Power Management) events.