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    SubjectRe: [PATCH RFC] serial-core: reset the console speed on resume
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    Yin Kangkai wrote on Tue 25 Jan 2011 at 18:43 +0800:

    > On some platforms, we need to restore the console speed on resume even
    > it was not suspended (no_console_suspend), and on others we don't have
    > to do that.
    >
    > So don't care about the "console_suspend_enabled" and unconditionally
    > reset the console speed if it is a console.

    Well, there is currently another breakage on Zaurus. But it improves the
    situation.
    (Note: Your patch has bad file path. I'll agree with such change after
    this fix.)

    Test report on Zaurus
    (serial hardware itself is in undefined state after resume):

    before after
    login: OK OK
    console: broken broken
    console + login: OK OK
    console + no_console_suspend: broken broken
    login + no_console_suspend: OK OK
    console + login + no_console_suspend: broken OK

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