Subject: Re: Call for testers: i386 ACPI suspend/resume support
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.org>
From: Jukka Salmi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/19/2006 21:24:48
Jared D. McNeill --> current-users (2006-06-17 21:37:28 -0300):
> Hey folks --
> A lot of work has gone on recently in the i386 ACPI support code to allow
> for suspend/resume using ACPI. So far, we've had success with Dell[*],
> Sony, and IBM laptops.
> Success/error reports would be great. The following information would be
> very useful:
> * Make and model of your laptop.
IBM ThinkPad X40 (Type: 2371-H9G)
> * Full dmesg.
diff before after
> * Using sysutils/pciutil, the output of 'lspci -xxx' before and after
> * Did it resume and (mostly) work? Did it resume but the display adapter
> didn't re-initialize?
I was running X while suspending. The system did resume, the X server
crashed, switching VTs still worked, and X could be restarted.
> * If you have resumed, do any device drivers no longer work?
wm0 died as expected; similarly ath0 was unusable afterwards, as was
BTW, closing and reopening the lid causes the kernel to enter ddb:
acpilid0: lid closed.
Executed AML Breakpoint opcode
Stopped in pid 2.1 (sysmon) at netbsd:cpu_Debugger+0x4: leave
acpilid0: lid opened.
...but this is not new and was reported before. Just in case this
Thanks for you work!
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