Re: test9: suspend no go
From: Jan Dittmer
Date: Fri Nov 07 2003 - 19:21:38 EST
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Pavel Machek wrote:
|>A little contribution to the ongoing suspend saga. This is a Sony Vaio
|>SRX51P Laptop (P3 Mobile CPU, i820 chipset).
| Few tips:
| If you want to trick swsusp/S3 into working, you might want to try:
| * go with minimal config, turn off drivers like USB you don't really
Tried it with minimal config. Base problem is, that after suspending,
I've no way to wake up the laptop again, but power cycling.
~ "mem": after power cycling it is doing a 'normal' reboot. (okay memory
contents is lost, so this is somewhat expected)
~ "disk": hey, after power cycling it indeed resumes to the previous
state. so I tried to compile in some more stuff. What breaks it is AGP
support :-(. Are there any patches around which may fix this?
Any idea, why the laptop is not powering on again after suspend? I can
hold down the power switch as long as I want to, but the laptop doesn't
do a thing.
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