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SubjectRe: SonyPI Driver
On Thu, Sep 20, 2001 at 09:23:14AM +0000, Pavel Machek wrote:

> > You'll have to wait for ACPI suspend support in the kernel
> > (some support will get into the 2.5 kernel series) or choose between
> > the sonypi driver and APM suspend.
>
> Patrick Mochel has some patches for ACPI to enable suspend-to-ram
> [problems with vesafb nd evices, otherwise ok], and
> I'm currently working on suspend-to-disk [will work in easy cases].
> See acpi list.

Yes, I saw this and I keep looking at those, some day I might even
try them. :-)

The main problem for me now is that the current ACPI code does pretty
nothing on my laptop (Sony Vaio C1VE): no battery status, no event
recorded etc... This was already reported on the acpi list some
time ago.

I'm adding a CC: to the ACPI list just in case someone has an idea
on how to make ACPI working for me. If this is not an already known
problem just tell me and I will compile an ACPI enabled kernel again
and give additionnal details / debug info.

Stelian.
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