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Subjectapm suspend breaks ALSA
Greetings,

I have a laptop with the es1978 ALSA sound driver built into the kernel.
When I go through a suspend / resume cycle using apm, the sound system
does not recover and loud static comes from the speakers instead of
music / voice / etc. On boot, ALSA works just fine.

One solution appears to be building ALSA as modules and unloading /
reloading them, after a suspend / resume cycle. With 2.4.xx and the OSS
drivers built in, this wasn't an issue.

Now that I've got them built as modules and have a 'sound' script in
/etc/apm/events.d/ that does the loading and unloading I'm happy, but I
figured I'd report the issue anyway.

Chris
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