Subject: Re: NetBSD 2.0 ACPI
To: Asmodehn <email@example.com>
From: Florian Stoehr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/04/2004 15:03:57
On Mon, 4 Oct 2004, Asmodehn wrote:
> Since my last post, I succeeded in compiling an acpi kernel, but without apm,
> and with all devices on acpi...
> Yes it doesn't suspend / resume my compaq. APM does suspend but not resume
> I will continue to test some combination of those devices to find the ones
> which make compilation failed...
> I'll send you what I've found as soon as possible.
>>> I used APM on my compaq presario 1600 since netbsd 1.6.1, but when it goes
>>> to suspend, I have to reboot, otherwise it cannot woke up.
>>> I tried to find a solution but unsuccessfully.
>>> I installed NetBSD 2.0, and try to compile acpi in the kernel, but
>>> compilation failed (some times in depend phase). I'm currently trying to
>>> compile acpi with more or less peripherals. Im currently in RC2.
>> ACPI in NetBSD 2.0 can't do suspend/resume currently.
>> So I don't think ACPI will help your situation, but
>> if there's any compilation problem, I'd like to fix it.
>>> Can someone help me ? I suppose there is someone who success to do that...
>> Could you sent me a failing kernel config file?
>> I'll look into it.
>> Takayoshi Kochi
just made an RC1 kernel yesterday, make depend fails if device "ath" (PCI
network interfaces, Atheros 5210 802.11) is enabled.
Maybe that is what you were talking about.