System freezes on resume
Bernardo García Fuentes
bernigf at gmail.com
Wed Jul 11 17:12:30 UTC 2007
Hi, today I finished upgrading to 7-CURRENT, and now the problem is different
I'm using the generic kernel, and modules are oly kernel, and acpi.ko.
When I do "acpiconf -s 3" with bounce=1 everything works ok (i mean it
seems to "bounce" ok, since after some seconds of delay (the screen
never goes off), I can continue using the console as before the
acpiconf -s 3 command), but when I do "acpiconf -s 3" without
bounce=1, it seems like the HD goes to sleep, but the screen keeps on,
and the power button led, doesn't "oscillate" as it does when I
suspend in Windows or as it did in suspend on 6.1-STABLE, it seems
like it doesn't finish the suspend process right.
So when I try to wake it up, pressing any button, even the power
button (although the screen is still on, showing the console where I
typed acpiconf -s 3), and after some keystrokes it starts beeping
forever (it's a constant beep, with, and without resume_beep=1). So I
have to shutdown everything pressing the power button 5 seconds, and
On 7/9/07, Nate Lawson <nate at root.org> wrote:
> Bernardo García Fuentes wrote:
> > Hi, in the past week I have been trying to make my notebook (Packard
> > Bell Easynote MX2060) resume from sleep with "acpiconf -s 3" or "apm
> > -z" without success.
> > The notebook goes to sleep mode without problems, but when I press any
> > key to make it resume, it just freezes without even turning on the LCD
> > monitor, I only hear the sound of the HDD or DVD drive tuning on, but
> > nothing else happens, keys doesn't work, and I have to press the power
> > button 5 seconds in order to shut down the notebook, and then reboot
> > FreeBSD.
> > I'm running FreeBSD 6.1 with ACPI and apmd, and here I attach all the
> > information I considered important.
> > Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
> apmd doesn't work with acpi.
> If you upgrade to 6.2-stable, you can try setting
> debug.acpi.suspend_bounce to see if any drivers cause problems. You can
> also set debug.acpi.resume_beep to see if you get the beep as it
> resumes. These options aren't present in 6.1.
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