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Lenovo Notebook keypad doesn't work with linux (ubuntu )

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Hi,

I have lenovo S10-3C Notebook and i installed Linux (ubuntu 10.04 ) but its keypad doesn't work.

Its only work by turn off acpi in boot section

noapic acpi=off

but with this i am not able to get battery status.
 
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