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SubjectRe: 2.4.5-ac13, APM, and Dell Inspiron 8000
Juri Haberland wrote:
>
> You wrote:
> >
> > I've been running 2.4.5 on my new Dell I8000 without too many
> > problems. Last night I built -ac13 (on my porch) and booted it
> > without incident. Later, going inside and re-connecting the AC I
> > notice that the thing's hung. I play around a bit and discover that
> > the act of plugging or unplugging the power cord will hang the box.
> >
> > This lead me to disable all power manglement in the BIOS. No joy.
> >
> > This problem does not exist using straight 2.4.5.
> >
> > Has anybody else seen this? Any debugging suggestions? Or stated
> > differently, has anybody with this machine arrived at a configuration
> > that avoids weirdness in the power management framework?
>
> Ok, I just tried that and my i8000 locked up as well. No problems with
> 2.4.5 as well. I have also another problem:
> Running with -ac13 it doesn't poweroff properly - but it did running
> 2.4.5. Sometimes it just stops where it should poweroff and locks hard,
> sometimes it blanks the display before locking up hard.

The Dell i5000e crashes when switching between mains and battery when
the disk is active, so you might try to plug/unplug with the system
quiet.

If this works, you'll be in a *little* better spot.

As for hanging, you might try suspending it (i.e., close the display)
and opening it back up. This works for the i5000e; it also clears the
display that sometimes goes *nuts* when switching video modes. This
last behavior has only surfaced with the latest A06 BIOS.

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David N. Lombard
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