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Re: NetBSD on modern laptops

On Sun, May 26, 2013 at 07:02:46PM +0200, Peter Bex wrote:
> On Sun, May 26, 2013 at 03:59:28PM +0000, Michael van Elst wrote:
> > >I don't know what kind of devices these are, exactly (I'm pretty sure I
> > >don't have three modems in it, and no old-fashioned COM port either),
> > 
> > The 3 modems report as Lenovo H5321, that's a broadband interface (UMTS
> > or similar). Your laptop probably has a slot for a SIM card.
> It does on the inside, I'm told ;)
> > puc0/com0 is a serial port in the Intel chipset but the signals are probably
> > only routed to an original Lenovo docking station.
> Thanks for the hints!  Is there any way to disable these devices (besides
> compiling a custom kernel of course), since I'm not currently using them?
> It would be great to use hibernation on this laptop.

See if you can detach any of the devices after boot.  Try, for example,
'drvctl -d puc0'.


David Young    Urbana, IL    (217) 721-9981

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