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SubjectRe: 2.0.17 APM broke? (+ [un]suspend problem)

-> Is 2.0.17's APM support broken (dereferences NULL pointer on boot) or
->did I just make an installation mistake?

It works fine for me.. all what I had to recompile when going to
15-17 was: linux :), ibcs, dosemu, pcmcia -- ie kernel support as well as
apmd works well.

Sep 4 17:06:29 ax kernel: PS/2 auxiliary pointing device detected
--driver installed.
Sep 4 17:06:29 ax kernel: APM BIOS version 1.0 Flags 0x03 (Driver version 1.2)
Sep 4 17:06:29 ax kernel: Entry ea00:477c cseg16 ea00 dseg d000
Sep 4 17:06:29 ax kernel: AC on line, battery status unknown, battery
life unknown
Sep 4 17:06:29 ax kernel: Real Time Clock Driver v1.07
Sep 4 17:06:39 ax apmd[199]: Version 2.4 (APM BIOS 1.0, Linux driver 1.2)
Sep 4 17:06:39 ax apmd[199]: Battery: * * * (-1% 0:01)

By The way: has any one heard of this odd problem: When I suspend my
laptop and then unsuspend and press any key it will immediatelly suspend
again, and I have to unsuspend it for second time to be able to use it.

Linux 2.0.17,
the most recent APM,
3.1.2F Xwindow,
Winbook XP5 16mb 75mhz 810mb hdd w/ bios 5.09)
[root@ax log]# apm -v
APM BIOS 1.0 (kernel driver 1.2)
AC on-line
[root@ax log]# uname -a
Linux 2.0.17 #9 Wed Sep 4 12:18:57 GMT 1996 i586

Any ideas what cause it and/or how to solve it


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