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SubjectRe: Regression: BUG when battery is removed before resuming from hibernation
On Tuesday 08 June 2010, Alan Jenkins wrote:
> I found this bug 2.6.34 on my Asus EeePC 701 (x86_32 arch). It didn't
> happen to me before, when I was running nearly-2.6.33 or 2.6.32-release.
> I used git-bisect, but unfortunately the result isn't very helpful. My
> next step will be to try to narrowing down the culprits by disabling
> individual CONFIG options. Here are my results so far, in case anyone
> is interested.
> == Steps to reproduce ==
> I) Boot off mains power, with battery removed. Login to KDE4 session,
> with Konsole as the only running application.
> II) Run "sudo pm-hibernate"
> 1. When the system switches to text mode (a.k.a the console),
> immediately insert the battery.
> 2. Once the system has fully hibernated, remove the battery.
> 3. Press the power button to resume. The backtrace below is generated
> during resume.

You're not supposed to be doing that.


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