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SubjectRe: 2.4.10 power management lockup
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Probably not much interesting, but I have an i8000 working fine
(suspending when display is closed and all) with 2.4.8-ac11 (and
several others prior to this) as long as I never load the agpgart
module.

-Luis


Juri Haberland <haberland@altus.de> writes:

> Jason Straight wrote:
> >
> > I've got a Dell Inspiron 8000 laptop, I had problems with 2.4.9 and .8 with
> > AC patches where my system would turn itself off at seemingly random
> > intervals, and closing my display would freeze the machine.
> >
> > Well, 2.4.9 clean was fine as was 2.4.8, but now 2.4.10 is doing it again, I
> > upgraded my BIOS to the newest avail just in case with no change. 2.4.10
> > doesn't seem to power off, but it will freeze on display close and will power
> > off if the display is left closed for a while. All power management in my
> > BIOS is off as it has been forever.j
> >
> > I mentioned this on the list a while back with 2.4.8-ac-something
>
> And I think I posted a me-too on this and I now have the same problem
> with my I8000...
>
> Juri
>
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