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SubjectRe: beeping patch for debugging acpi sleep
On Sat, Jun 16, 2007 at 09:46:34PM +0200, Christian Leber wrote:

> The results are a bit unclear, I took a 2.6.22-rc4 with beep.
> Logged into KDE.
> (hardware: Dell Latitude D810)
> S = successfull resume
> D = had to resume 2 times, that means when pressing the power button the
> LED goes from blinking to on and after a few seconds it goes back to
> blinking, but without a beep in between; after pressing the power button
> a second time resume is successfull
> F = resume failes, NO beep
> -run 1: D D F
> -run 2: D D D(some X garbadge) F
> -run 3: S S S S S S F
> -run 4: S S F
> -run 5: D F

I tracked the problem halfway down, with 2.6.20-rc1-ubuntu1 [1] it works
and with 2.6.20-rc2-ubuntu2 [2] not.

The diff is here, unfortunately the acpi changes are about 100kb.

(the problem is a bit different, it suspends, when trying to resume it
goes back to suspend and when i try again it's dead)

For some reason that i don't get vanilla 2.6.20-rc1 doesn't boot because
ata_piix doesn't work "PCI: Unable to reserve I/O region...." no remote
idea why it works with the ubuntu kernel.
So i can't bisect it.

Christian Leber



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