aurelien.nephtali at wanadoo.fr
Mon Dec 6 22:59:00 PST 2004
Nate Lawson wrote:
> It's pretty straightforward but arduous work. First strip down your
> system, removing all drivers except for the hard drive and keyboard (no
> USB, network, etc.) Don't run X. Try S3. If it works, add back in
> drivers until it fails.
> If it fails, try to find out where it fails. Does it truly make it to
> sleep or does it immediately resume? Add the beep code Warner posted a
> while back to the resume code and see if you get a beep. If you get a
> beep but a dead system, it's something in driver resume. Try to enable
> the network driver and ssh into your system after resume. If it works,
> it's a video driver problem and you need to mess with resuming the VESA
> BIOS. Don't run DRM with X.
> A lot of this is in the ACPI section of the handbook (which no one
> appears to have seen for some reason). More info about specific issues
> can be found on my web page:
I will follow this procedure since resume still doesn't work on my
system (Compaq Presario 2157EA).
But I have a question : the speaker is correctly detected  but the
system never produced a "beep" and spkrtest neither. So I think using
the Warner "beep-code" won't help me much ?
naboo% ls -l /dev/speaker
crw------- 1 root wheel 240, 0 Dec 7 07:57 /dev/speaker
naboo% dmesg | grep spea
speaker0: <PC speaker> port 0x61 on acpi0
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