The current release of ACPICA is version 20190215
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Problem Reporting Hints
To report an ACPICA/iASL problem, you can:
1) Open a new ACPICA bugzilla, or
2) Post a message the ACPICA developer mailing list
3) Send email directly to the ACPICA team (Robert.Moore@intel.com)
Typically, we need the following items to assist us in attempting to reproduce the problem:
1) For kernel run-time and iASL disassembly errors, we need the ACPI tables from the machine. These can the binary ACPI tables, or they can usually be obtained by using the ACPICA AcpiDump utility. AcpiDump creates a single file with an ASCII hex dump for all ACPI tables on the machine. We use the AcpiXtract utility to re-create the binary tables from this file.
NOTE: Some unix-type operating systems implement their own version of "acpidump", but it does not produce output that is suitable for us. We need the ACPICA-style acpidump output in this format:
DSDT @ 0x0000000000000000
0000: 44 53 44 54 4E 00 00 00 02 08 49 6E 74 65 6C 00 DSDTN.....Intel.
0010: 5F 44 53 44 54 5F 30 31 01 00 00 00 49 4E 54 4C _DSDT_01....INTL
0020: 31 05 18 20 70 49 4E 54 32 60 08 49 4E 54 32 01 1.. pINT2`.INT2.
0030: 14 1D 41 42 43 44 00 5B 81 0B 4F 50 52 32 11 46 ..ABCD.[..OPR2.F
0040: 4C 44 32 08 5B 80 4F 50 52 32 00 00 0A 08 LD2.[.OPR2....
2) Some output that displays the error. For kernel execution of ACPICA, a dmesg or equivalent file. The AcpiExec utility may also be used if the problem can be reproduced in this way. For the iASL/Disassembler and other utilities, we need the input ASL or AML file that demonstrates the problem.
3) And of course, any other information that will assist us in reproducing and tracking down the problem.