Subject: Re: Call for testers: ACPI suspend/resume, part 2
To: Jared D. McNeill <email@example.com>
From: Rhialto <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/19/2007 23:05:58
On Tue 18 Dec 2007 at 18:40:15 -0500, Jared D. McNeill wrote:
> On Tue, 18 Dec 2007, Rhialto wrote:
> >I'll stick with APM then, since that works. Is there no possibility to
> >gain any other advantages ACPI might have and still use APM for
> Actually, I haven't tested APM with pmf -- does it still work? :-)
joerg's kernel apparently only has "apm* at acpi*", not "apm0 at
mainbus0", so my test with userconf "disable acpi" is somewhat
- Pressing Fn-F1, the sleep button, still makes the machine sleep.
(With ACPI it would print a message but not sleep).
- I do get messages about errors with the USB controllers when it wakes
up. (same as below)
- /usr/bin/zzz says "zzz: cannot open connection to APM daemon: No such
file or directory".
halt -p does not power off. (With acpi enabled it does: it mutters about
entering state 5 first).
So APM without support in the kernel partially works.
My installed system is from 14 december, just before the changes we're
really discussing, but if I apm-suspend with that, there are the same
complaints about usb and it doesn't work afterward (but I've seen
discussion about that already).
uhci1: host system error
uhci1: host controller halted
uhci0: host system error
uhci0: host controller halted
This is also a common message I see on various occasions:
Devices without power management support: viaide0 vr0 lpt0 pckbc0 pcppi0 spkr0 fdc0 fd0
Maybe GENERIC should have "apm0 at mainbus0" so that the "real" APM
can be used with userconf and "disable acpi".
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