suspend/resume regression

Kevin Oberman rkoberman at
Thu Jul 16 05:52:43 UTC 2015

On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 12:07 PM, John Baldwin <jhb at> wrote:

> On Tuesday, July 14, 2015 03:10:59 PM Brandon J.  Wandersee wrote:
> >
> > Please forgive me if this seems impudent, but has there been any
> progress on
> > this? The status of the bug report hasn't changed since it was opened. I
> > don't mean to be rude, and I certainly appreciate the effort that's gone
> > into this already (especially Kevin's detective work), but support for
> > suspend-to-RAM and my laptop's hotkeys were essentially the only reasons
> > I started tracking 10-STABLE to begin with. Since both features were
> > resolved many months ago, I was hoping to switch from -STABLE to
> 10.2-RELEASE
> > when it came out, but I'm starting to get the feeling that won't happen
> > because of a single errant commit. Having to continue following -STABLE
> > would not be terrible, but it would be disappointing.
> As noted previously, I have been moving house and generally offline since
> mid-June (and I'm not really fully online yet).  My last request was if
> Kevin (or someone else with an affected laptop) could test HEAD to see if
> there is a missing bugfix on HEAD that needs to be merged.  This specific
> change was tested on HEAD on both a T440 and X220 and on 10 to test the
> MFC on the T440.
> --
> John Baldwin


I am back from my vacation and hope to try HEAD soon, hopefully this
weekend. Since HEAD has been a bit fragile of late, I do plan on testing
and switching back to STABLE. I will probably install HEAD on a spare
drive. With luck (meaning nothing crops up that fills the available time),
I should have an answer on Monday.

Hope the move was not too chaotic and life gets back to normal quickly. (I
hate moving, but I do so twice a year. Practice makes something approaching
Kevin Oberman, Network Engineer, Retired
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