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Re: Xorg and thinkpad x200s
=>this is NetBSD -current
=>I will try the other value tonight (am at work now)
=>Thanks a lot
Another thing you can try is turning off remote management in
the BIOS. It looks like the Intel Management Engine is claiming to
be an IDE device, and we don't have a specific driver for that
specific IDE "controller", so you get the generic pciide one, which
doesn't have power management support. If the management function
can be disabled in the BIOS, the device should go away, and the OS
doesn't have to worry about powering it down.
Otherwise, it seems we'd need a driver for the device in section
23.3 of this document:
It might we worth it to try matching it as a PIIX IDE or SATA
=>2010/1/11 Steven Bellovin <smb%cs.columbia.edu@localhost>:
=>> On Jan 11, 2010, at 7:16 AM, Pau wrote:
=>>> the bios was already on AHCI...
=>> What are the other values? =A0Have you tried one of them?
=>>> That's really bad. I am looking forward to using NetBSD on this laptop
=>>> for my production system, and this is a "feature" I would really need.
=>>> Look at this:
=>>> # sysctl hw.acpi.supported_states
=>>> hw.acpi.supported_states =3D S0 S3 S4 S5
=>>> # dmesg | grep pciide0
=>>> pciide0 at pci0 dev 3 function 2: vendor 0x8086 product 0x2a46 (rev. 0x0=
=>>> pciide0: bus-master DMA support present, but unused (no driver support)
=>>> pciide0: primary channel wired to native-PCI mode
=>>> pciide0: using ioapic0 pin 18 for native-PCI interrupt
=>>> atabus0 at pciide0 channel 0
=>>> pciide0: secondary channel wired to native-PCI mode
=>>> atabus1 at pciide0 channel 1
=>>> Devices without power management support: pciide0
=>> The problem is very local: one specific driver (pciide, which is used to =
=>attach the bus to the PCI bus, doesn't support suspsend/resume. =A0If you u=
=>se a different disk interface, it may select a different driver.
=>> Beyond that -- someone who knows that driver would have to add power mana=
=>gement support. =A0It's probably just a matter of saving and restoring a fe=
=>w registers, but past that I don't know; I've never looked at that driver a=
=>nd have no knowledge of the device.
=>> The only other thing to do is to try a -current kernel, but I don't even =
=>know if anyone has been working on it.
=>> =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0--Steve Bellovin, http://www.cs.columbia.e=
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