cvs commit: src/sys/dev/pccbb pccbb.c

M. Warner Losh imp at
Thu Sep 8 23:58:36 PDT 2005

In message: <20050909064147.GN53891 at>
            Gleb Smirnoff <glebius at> writes:
: On Fri, Sep 09, 2005 at 12:36:12AM -0600, M. Warner Losh wrote:
: M> : Warner, the fact is that the suspend used to work. Since two months passed
: M> : and the regression is not fixed, I will insist on backout. I don't believe
: M> : that the discussed commit brings a feature so important that we can stand
: M> : suspend being broken.
: M> 
: M> I humbly disagree.  This is current, and one of the basic concepts of
: M> current is that things break.  I've been working to get a laptop that
: M> has an otherwise working suspend/resume to test with.  However, until
: M> that happens, it will remain broken, and remain in current.  If we get
: M> close to a release, then I'll think about backing it out.  I've tried
: M> three different laptops, and all of them have other problems that are
: M> getting in the way.
: M> 
: M> The power stuff really does help a *lot*.  I no longer have characters
: M> eaten when I insert a card.  The sound doesn't glitch, the cards come
: M> up much faster than before.  It is a really important feature that I
: M> want to see widespread testing on.
: M> 
: M> I'm sorry that we disagree here.
: I hope you will get access to an APM laptop at EuroBSDCon :)

Me too. :-)  Or sooner!


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