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Re: ThinkPad - suspend-to-RAM intel-x86 issues and tests
David H. Gutteridge wrote:
I have good news and bad news, and it's the same thing: I was hoping
the Toshiba laptop had more parity with one of your laptops in terms
of hardware, but unfortunately, it's a consumer model, an M40X with an
Intel Dothan CPU, integrated 915GM graphics, a RealTek Ethernet card,
Atheros WiFi, etc. It's similar to the X110: it has a bit of trouble
on 8.0_STABLE resuming with the i915 DRM driver, but that's addressed
in 8.99.26, where it resumes as reliably as my T420. (With the same
caveats about restoring hardware state that are being discussed
elsewhere in this thread: I haven't tried that patch on it yet.)
well, you could try running the latest kernel there and see how it works!
I think we can exclude the ethernet and WiFi cards as culprit for me,
because I disabled them.
Graphics should matter less, if it is on console with disabled DRM, right?
There isn't really much left.
I'll wait a day or two for releng to build the new kernel with the fixes
and test again all the NetBSD ThinkPads again!
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