ACPI event testing needed
nike_d at cytexbg.com
Tue Jun 1 04:14:30 PDT 2004
Drew Broadley writes:
> Kevin Oberman wrote:
>>>Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 00:38:32 -0700 (PDT)
>>>From: Nate Lawson <nate at root.org>
>>>Sender: owner-freebsd-current at freebsd.org
>>>I've just finished a lot of work on acpi events (GPEs). These drive
>>>things like the lid switch and device wake capabilities. If your system
>>>works for suspend/resume, please make sure it still behaves correctly over
>>>multiple suspend/resume cycles. If you're feeling adventurous, try the
>>>new wake sysctls:
>>>sysctl dev | grep wake
>>>By setting them to 0 or 1, you can enable/disable a device waking the
>>>system. Note that non-ACPI devices are still not properly hooked in here
>>>so they won't work (i.e. sio or modems). But you can change the lid
>>>independently of the sleep button, for example.
>>>Also, please be sure that your system still powers off correctly when
>>>shutdown. I may have fixed some systems that didn't power off correctly
> I did a cvsup and buildworld earlier today and I cannot shutdown -p my
> machine anymore. It just hangs on "Uptime: xh xm xs". (I used to be able
> to shutdown -p)
> I also cannot go into standby, nor suspend/resume. But these were not
> working prior
> What extra info do you need ?
> - Drew
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It seems that suspend/resume works for me, but it seems to hang from time to
time, when i do the susp/resume cycle several times in a row.
Also with today's current my machine won't reboot anymore, it hangs too on
the "Uptime: .." message.
It is a IBM ThinkPad X31, with recent -CURRENT (as of 1-2 hours),
dmesg, loader.conf, uname and asl can be found on :
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