x220 notes

matt sendtomatt at gmail.com
Fri May 4 21:29:52 UTC 2012

On 04/30/12 04:54, Ganael LAPLANCHE wrote:
> On Mon, 19 Mar 2012 12:03:13 -0700, matt wrote
> Hi Matt,
>> I'll have to try again without the patch to see if it's
>> Xorg/KMS or FreeBSD base that has changed.
> FYI, I've just tried suspend/resume with all.14.5.patch and sources from
> 2012/04/28, but I still get a black screen on resume :/
> Best regards,
> --
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Try setting hw.pci.do_power_resume=0 and hw.pci.do_power_suspend=0 in 

If that doesn't work for you try setting each to one separately, and 
together if all fails.

Also try setting resume beep and see whether it's getting that far 
(debug.acpi.resume_beep=1). When mine failed I would get a beep, but it 
would hang during the beep, making a warbling/modem type sound. The pci 
options plus a custom kernel conf seemed to fix it, but I am not near 
that machine right now...I think the pci options were all that were 
needed, but it may have been the kernel conf as well.

I haven't tried the very latest current either, as I filled up my 4g 
USB...I need to wipe it out and start again, it's not a good environment 
for buildworld.

Sorry for the late response!


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