Lenovo t61p suspend/resume
takawata at init-main.com
Thu Jan 8 11:22:13 UTC 2009
In message <e31a2e0901080317q406d3f0at3e683609f1daa7d1 at mail.gmail.com>, "Andrea
s Nilsson" $B$5$s$$$o$/(B:
>On Thu, Jan 8, 2009 at 11:26 AM, Garrett Cooper <yanefbsd at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Jan 8, 2009, at 1:28 AM, Andreas Nilsson wrote:
>>> I installed 7.1-realease on my Lenovo Thinkpad t61p and most things works
>>> really good. Not suspend to ram, though, which is a must for me.
>>> When I do 'acpiconf -s3' from console or X the machine hard locks before
>>> going to sleep. Doing it in the console gives no further debuging clues.
>>> I've searched a bit but I can't seem to find any information. I've read
>>> everything from 'suspend not supported on SMP' to 'works fine'. The
>>> is a i386 because I want nVidias binary drivers. They were however not
>>> loaded/used during testing.
>>> Suspend works great on GNU/Linux ( Gentoo ) and OpenSolaris, so the
>>> is capable of suspend. Any ideas what I should try to get this to work?
>>> I'm new to FreeBSD, but have been using unix-like OS's for the last for
>>> Best regards
>>> Andreas Nilsson
>> While amd64 suspend is still in alpha stage, I'm not sure what the
>> status was for x86 suspend... I have a T61p as well, and unfortunately not
>> having proper ACPI is holding me back from dumping Windows on my work laptop
>> ;\. I'll defer to someone else that knows more about it than me :).
>> Also, what version did you install (x86 or amd64)?
>It is x86 ( i386 ). I seem to recall that some documentation states that if
>it works on linux it is resonable to expect it to work in FreeBSD...
>As I'm a student, I can choose whichever OS i prefer ;) I now have Win XP,
>GNU/Linux and FreeBSD installed. Before FreeBSD I had OpenSolaris.
>Hope someone can clarify the suspend situation.
>On a side note, what rpm can you set your fan to? In windows and GNU/Linux I
>can get it up to 4500+, but not in FreeBSD. Have you succeded with this?
I posted alpha quality patch for SMP suspend/resume on
last May, though I don't update it then.
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