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SubjectAPM suspend broken in 2.4.12
Hello all.  I just upgraded from 2.4.9 to 2.4.12.  I chose the same kernel
APM options in 2.4.12 as I had in 2.4.9 - CONFIG_APM, CONFIG_APM_DO_ENABLE
and CONFIG_APM_CPU_IDLE. When I try to suspend using my laptop's suspend
key nothing happens. Trying "apm --suspend" results in "apm: Resource
temporarily unavailable". Standby still works.

Searching through the archives I see that this problem has been reported
for 2.4.10. The conversation seemed to die off after it was posited that
some non-APM driver was vetoing the suspend. The suspects mentioned were
the keyboard driver or something called "A20". Has anyone done any
further investigation? Any suggestions as to how I might go about
tracking this down?

Thanks!
-sam


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