PCI config space is not restored upon resume (macbook pro)
osharoiko at gmail.com
Fri Aug 6 04:15:14 UTC 2010
On 6 August 2010 00:00, Christian Zander <czander at nvidia.com> wrote:
> Neither the `nv' nor the `vesa' driver have support for power
> management. You'll typically only be able to get X back
> with those drivers if you're starting it from scratch following
> an S4 cycle, or an S3 cycle that involved a POST (either
> issued by the SBIOS or via software).
Actually, this is exactly what I was trying to do. And I suspect that
it doesn work, because I don't have bios emulation initialized properly.
> When using the NVIDIA driver, you will need to make sure that
> you're using 256.44, you'll need to be running X at the time of
> entry to S3/S4, and you'll need to make sure you've switched
> away from X's VT (this didn't happen automatically on FreeBSD
> last time I checked).
I'll give 256.44 a try, but at first I'll try to fix bios emulation issues.
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