Thinkap T43 suspend/resume only once
numardbsd at gmail.com
Mon Sep 22 15:47:28 UTC 2008
On Wed, 17 Sep 2008 21:36:42 +0200
Juergen Dankoweit <Juergen.Dankoweit at T-Online.de> wrote:
> But there is one point that does not work correctly.
> When I press the Fn+F4 buttons the first time after booting the system,
> ACPI mode S3 is called correctly and the notebook goes into suspend
> mode. After pressing Fn alone the notebook resumes perfekt.
> But when I press Fn+F4 the next time, nothing happens. Entering
> "acpiconf -s 3" suspends the notebook and resuming is no problem
does any other fn- key act in a different way (well, stops working) after the first restore?
maybe not related at all...but does devd pick up the event at all after the restart? ( man devd on how to run devd in debug mode...)
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