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SubjectRe: [linux-usb-devel] Re: OHCI problems with suspend/resume

> >>The "initiators" all talk to _both_ infrastructures, but they
> >>don't talk to the driver model stuff in the same way. For
> >>example, on suspend:

> >Where does acpi call pm_*()? It seems like it does not and it seems
> >like a bug to me.
> Doesn't; it showed up in a 'grep' that I should have examined
> more closely. Sorry! But both swsusp and APM have the "using
> both registration schemes" issue (consistency matters here).
> Why does it seem like a bug -- because it's using only the "new"
> infrastructure, while there are still a few drivers that only
> register to the old one?


> I'd rather see those drivers (about
> a dozen) have compile time #ifdef CONFIG_PM #warnings, and call
> them the bug...

I guess I like that, too.. But at this point whole PCI relies on
old-style pm_*(); that needs to be fixed, first.
When do you have a heart between your knees?
[Johanka's followup: and *two* hearts?]
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