Any success with Lenovo T60
takawata at init-main.com
Thu May 28 10:27:18 UTC 2009
In message <20090528191311.b68ab3b7.taku at tackymt.homeip.net>, "YAMAMOTO, Taku"
>On Thu, 28 May 2009 18:52:08 +0900
>Takanori Watanabe <takawata at init-main.com> wrote:
>> In message <20090528184537.b2ac4798.taku at tackymt.homeip.net>, "YAMAMOTO, Tak
>> >Hi Vladimir,
>> >I have an X60 running 8.0-current/i386 as of Apr. 29, 2009
>> >which can successfully suspend and resume, though things may be a bit
>> >different from your case.
>> >There were a couple of pitfalls which I ran into:
>> > 0. Pristine kernels for i386 SMP don't support the resume yet.
>> > We can either use amd64 ones, stick on i386 UP kernels or apply
>> > unofficial patch floating around.
>> > 1. DO NOT DISABLE the built-in modem! (It took almost 2 weeks to identify!
>> > Disabling it ends up with hanging machine on resume.
>> > 2. Disable the USB while suspending; otherwise NMI parity error occurs
>> > on resume. (usb2 stack only; the old USB stack didn't have this problem
>> > In rc.suspend (the magic to turn the root hubs off):
>> > usbconfig -a 1 set_config 255
>> > In rc.resume (the magic to turn the root hubs on again):
>> > usbconfig -a 1 set_config 0
>> Is the SMP/i386 patch applied cleanly?
>> Lazy author does not tried that since then.
>No, it requires slight modifications to apply, but that's it.
>Would it be worth to have it available somewhere?
Yes, please. I want to review it.
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