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SubjectRe: test9: suspend no go

> |>A little contribution to the ongoing suspend saga. This is a Sony Vaio
> |>SRX51P Laptop (P3 Mobile CPU, i820 chipset).
> | Few tips:
> |
> | If you want to trick swsusp/S3 into working, you might want to try:
> |
> | * go with minimal config, turn off drivers like USB you don't really
> | need
> |
> Tried it with minimal config. Base problem is, that after suspending,
> I've no way to wake up the laptop again, but power cycling.

Well, that's expected I believe. You use power button to wake it up...

> That means:
> ~ "mem": after power cycling it is doing a 'normal' reboot. (okay memory
> contents is lost, so this is somewhat expected)

Lets solve S3 later...

> ~ "disk": hey, after power cycling it indeed resumes to the previous
> state. so I tried to compile in some more stuff. What breaks it is AGP
> support :-(. Are there any patches around which may fix this?

No, someone needs to do the work.

> Any idea, why the laptop is not powering on again after suspend? I can
> hold down the power switch as long as I want to, but the laptop doesn't
> do a thing.

Seems like hardware bug? [So you have to remove battery/AC then
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