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    SubjectRe: [ACPI] Re: Call for help: list of machines with working S3
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    fre, 18,.02.2005 kl. 20.49 +0000, skrev Alistair John Strachan:
    > On Wednesday 16 Feb 2005 14:25, Kjartan Maraas wrote:
    > > tir, 15,.02.2005 kl. 17.42 +0000, skrev Alistair John Strachan:
    > > > On Tuesday 15 Feb 2005 16:16, Lorenzo Colitti wrote:
    > > > [snip]
    > > >
    > > > > Ok, here is the output from dmidecode (Debian package) and from lspci.
    > > > > I don't have acpidmp and I don't know where to get it, but if you think
    > > > > it's necessary I can download it if you tell me where to find it.
    > > >
    > > > Find below a diff of my dmidecode output versus Lorenzo's. Nothing much
    > > > to call home about.
    > >
    > > I've attached a diff against Lorenzo's too. Only difference is that my
    > > laptop is a nc4010, and looking here it's clear that this model doesn't
    > > support APM at least. I also have non-working S3. It behaves just like
    > > the entry in the ubuntu wiki for the nc6000 in all three cases with a
    > > full system running at least. I'll try init=/bin/sh later to see if that
    > > helps and if it does experiment with removing modules one by one...
    >
    > Got it. Sorry for the radio silence, I've been busy for a few days.
    >
    > I discovered that either the i2c_core.ko or i2c_i801.ko modules cause the hang
    > on resume! If you stop the entire i2c subsystem from being loaded by hotplug
    > (note this is the BUS driver, not the sensors driver!), then resume works
    > perfectly! Presumably there's a bug in the resuming of this module.
    >
    > In other news, USB devices only work after I remove uhci_hcd and ehci_hcd and
    > reload them.
    >
    > The s3_bios workaround allows video to kind of work, but I can't use anything
    > other than vga=normal (vesafb results in corruption), and the screen is no
    > longer artificially resized to fill the LCD, it's native res and centered
    > (which sure is annoying).
    >
    > Kjartan, I hope you isolate the driver causing you problems, as it seems these
    > machines can be made, even if it is a bit of a headache.
    >
    I tried it again now using init=/bin/sh and acpi_sleep=s3_bios and it
    still gives a black screen on resume... :-/

    Cheers
    Kjartan


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