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    SubjectRe: Bisects that are neither good nor bad
    Hi!

    > > > I think I've seen the same problem on one of my (similar spec) laptops.
    > > > Serial console was useless. On resume, there's a short spew of garbage
    > > > (just like if the baud rate were misconfigured) over serial before it
    > > > locks up completely.
    > >
    > > <http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4270> discusses a similar
    > > problem on a couple of machines. In my resume script (for a TP 600X),
    > > I have to restore the serial console with
    > >
    > > setserial -a /dev/ttyS0
    > >
    > > Until that magic executes, garbage characters (like modem noise)
    > > appear across the serial console.
    >
    > With the resume failure I'm seeing, we don't get back to userspace
    > to run anything like this. It goes bang long before that.
    >
    > The SATA fix Mark proposed also didn't improve the situation for me :-/

    If setserial -a is needed.. it means that someone really needs to fix
    suspend/resume support for serial... do it on working machine to
    enable debugging of broken ones...

    (But x32 has no serials, so I'm unlikely to code it...)
    --
    Thanks for all the (sleeping) penguins.
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