resume (from S3) not working on Sony Vaio [Was: Re: powerd
vova at fbsd.ru
Mon Sep 26 09:34:51 PDT 2005
В пн, 26/09/2005 в 18:11 +0200, Emanuel Strobl пишет:
> Am Dienstag, 20. September 2005 13:40 CEST schrieb Bruno Ducrot:
> > > Some questions left: Does cpufreq check for different drivers and
> > > attach the next best which seems to fit?
> > In theory yes.
> > > Does the acpi_perf/ichss driver also adjust the core voltage according
> > > to the frequency?
> > Yes. But not all of the frequencies you see will scale voltages,
> > probably because you have acpi_throttle enabled it seems.
> > > Thanks a lot, now I need someone to help me with my S3 suspend death
> > > ;)
> > Well, I'm supposed to help you there as well somehow, but I have to
> > look a little bit deeper into FreeBSD acpi implementation.
> Thanks a lot for your help. I waited to rebuild a new kernel after some pci
> powerdown changes were polished but it seems this is not relevant to my
> suspend/resume problem.
> Again, with BETA5 fro mtoday I can successfully go into suspend mode but
> after repowering my laptop neither the hard disk nor the display wake up,
> just the power LED's. Unfortunately this Sony power connector isn't
> something common, so I can't just inject an adapter to see if anything at
> all wakes up by watching the current.
> How can I provide more information?
It is known problem for me, and I do not have solution also, after
suspend it "awakes" - but it can be mentioned only by HDD spin-up, all
other subsystems is not awaken.
> Thanks for any help in advance!
> > Cheers,
Vladimir B. Grebenschikov
vova at fbsd.ru
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