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SubjectRe: Dell Latitude C600 suspend problem
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> A closer investigation revealed that the patch meant to correct a
> problem with the internal ps2 pointing device on suspend is at fault.
> Commenting out the entry in arch/i386/kernel/dmi_scan.c that triggers
> the activation of this logic for the C600 allows the machine to
> suspend normally.

The change doesn't affect the suspend. What it deals with is the resume
side. When the C600 resumes it doesn't always restore the keyboard/mouse
state.

The actual code it runs is pckbd_pm_resume() (pc_keyb.c) so you might want
to see if that is actually triggering and where it hangs during the resume
Its possible it broke across the merge due to other keyb changes
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