Subject: Re: Call for testers: i386 ACPI suspend/resume support
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Hauke Fath <email@example.com>
Date: 06/22/2006 14:38:26
>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
> * Make and model of your laptop.
IBM ThinkPad T23
> * Full dmesg.
> * 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?
When put to sleep in a Gnome session, the T23 comes back with a
messed-up text console (top half of it repeated chars, bottom half
blinking red-green), and seemingly autistic - not pingable, consoles
not switchable, typing has no effect on the display.
When put to sleep from the console, the consoles are garbled, too,
and unusable, but typing changes chars, they are switchable, and vt5
gives me a usable X display.
> * If you have resumed, do any device drivers no longer work?
When I login to X after resume (2nd case above), everything seems to work.
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