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SubjectRe: APM Suspend Problem
On Sat, Nov 29, 2003 at 01:14:11AM +0000, pZa1x wrote:
> A follow-up
> by shutting down PCMCIA and rmmod'ing all the related modules ie ide_cs,
> ds, yenta_socket, pcmcia_core the suspend works on AC again.
> So, I add them back one by one:
> pcmcia_core -> still works
> yenta_socket -> FAILS!
> rmmod yenta_socket -> works again!
> Summary: suspend works on my Thinkpad T21
> (a) with no apm module or apmd but with all PCMCIA (ie. hardware
> suspend- close lid etc);
> (b) with apm & apmd and all PCMCIA but no AC power
> (c) with apm & apmd but no yenta_socket and the rest but with AC power
> The problem is a combination of apm, yenta_socket and AC power.

The output of:

lspci -vvxxxx

both with and without yenta_socket inserted would be a useful starting

Russell King
Linux kernel 2.6 ARM Linux -
maintainer of: 2.6 PCMCIA -
2.6 Serial core
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