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SubjectRe: 2.6.13 freezes during acpi wakup with wake-on-lan
"Thomas S. Heydt-Benjamin" <tshb@cs.umass.edu> wrote:
>
> I am working with an IBM X31 laptop running Redhat FC5 with 2.6.13
> kernel. I need to get wake-on-lan working for mobile systems power
> management experiments that we are performing in my lab.
>
> The kernel is configured to use ACPI (pertinent kernel configuration
> excerpt follows message).
>
> When I put the laptop into "mem" suspend state (exact procedure follows
> message), and then wake it up with a magic packet to it's NIC, I get an
> infinite number of error messages and a frozen computer.

The ACPI guys have rather a backlog, I'm afraid. It'd be best if you could
raise a report against ACPI at bugzilla.kernel.org, please.

I don't think you identified the type of NIC, btw.
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