chmeeedalf at gmail.com
Wed Aug 13 15:35:24 UTC 2014
That's odd, because another tester reported everything worked correctly
for him. Could you send me the output of a verbose boot dmesg (boot
-v), devinfo -rv, and pciconf -lv?
On Wed, 13 Aug 2014 09:17:24 +0300
Alexandr Krivulya <shuriku at shurik.kiev.ua> wrote:
> Now laptop resumes, screen turned on and I see in dmesg "acpi: resumed
> at ...", but neither keyboard nor mouse don't work and host is not
> accessible from network.
> 12.08.2014 17:06, Justin Hibbits пишет:
> > Hi Alexandr,
> > Thanks. I got another confirmation that it didn't work, and may
> > have found the cause. I have another patch that you can find at
> > https://phabric.freebsd.org/D590 which fixes a typo that I had made.
> > Could you try that?
> > (Added current@ so everyone else sees this as well).
> > Thanks!
> > - Justin
> > On Tue, 12 Aug 2014 11:18:29 +0300
> > Alexandr Krivulya <shuriku at shurik.kiev.ua> wrote:
> >> Hi, Justin
> >> After applying your patch my thinkpad e530 (FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT,
> >> amd64) doesn't resume any more - screen remains black.
> >> 11.08.2014 08:30, Justin Hibbits (by way of Justin Hibbits
> >> <chmeeedalf at gmail.com>) пишет:
> >>> Hi all,
> >>> The attached patch is completely untested, due to lack of existing
> >>> suspendable hardware (no x86 machines). It does compile cleanly
> >>> against head, though. I don't think it should change any behavior,
> >>> I tried to keep the essence of the code path the same.
> >>> It was suggested that I break up my multipass suspend/resume code
> >>> into incremental parts, so this is part one. It adds a
> >>> BUS_SUSPEND_CHILD/BUS_RESUME_CHILD, as well as helper functions,
> >>> bus_generic_suspend_child()/bus_generic_resume_child(), and
> >>> modifies the PCI driver to use this new facility.
> >>> I'd like some feedback, and testing of this, to make sure I didn't
> >>> break anything.
> >>> Thanks,
> >>> Justin
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