Problems with zzz failing on FreeBSD 7/amd64
wmoran at potentialtech.com
Sat Nov 24 06:45:43 PST 2007
bruce at cran.org.uk wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 23, 2007 at 02:32:45PM -0500, Bill Moran wrote:
> > Been spending some time setting up my new Lenovo T61 laptop.
> > 7.0 ... just cvsupped and build world/kernel yesterday. Ports have
> > installed nicely, have xfce4, Firefox, Sylpheed, OpenOffice.org.
> > So far, the only snag I'm getting is suspending the laptop. Entering
> > zzz returns:
> > acpiconf: request sleep type (3) failed: Operation no supported
> > I've tried manually kldloading acpi_ibm.ko (which seems to recognize
> > the Thinkpad) but it doesn't change the problem.
> > I'm open to any suggestions. I don't need this laptop for a few weeks,
> > so I'm open to just about any type of debugging folks could ask me to
> > do.
> Are you running an amd64 build? I came across the same issue on my
> Dell laptop and found the following code in acpi_ReqSleepState:
> #if !defined(__i386__)
> /* This platform does not support acpi suspend/resume. */
> return (ENOTSUPP);
> I guess that's where the "Operation not supported" error is coming from,
> at least on amd64.
I tried removing that return from __amd64__, which dodges the ENOTSUPP,
but the laptop then locks up instead of sleeping.
I guess there's more work that needs done ...
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