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SubjectRe: [ltp] Re: ACPI Hibernate and Suspend Strange behavior 2.6.7/-mm1
On Thu, Jul 15, 2004 at 11:29:02PM +0200, Florian Weimer wrote:
> * John Goerzen:
>
> > I'm glad I'm not the only one that is suspecting that. I just tried
> > switching my T40p from APM to ACPI. I got suspending to RAM working in
> > ACPI, but noticed that when I got it back out of my laptop bag later, it
> > was physically warm to the touch.
>
> Oh. My expriences, starting with 2.6.7 with ACPI, are as following:
>
> - Suspend to RAM is triggered, for example by closing the lid.
>
> - If it's under X11, the system does not come back. Display powers
> up, but it remains black. There is some HDD activity, so it's
> probably still running. Next time I should check if the IP stack
> is still running.
>
> - After terminating the X11 server, other devices on the sharded IRQ
> 11 are dead (most prominently, e1000 and USB).
>
> This is a T40p. Behavior with 2.6.8-rc1 is apparently the same.
>
> Any ideas what to try next?

Try unloading ehci_hcd before suspend.


Regards: David Weinehall
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