Re: 2.6.8 (or 7?) regression: sleep on older tibooks broken
From: David N. Welton
Date: Mon Aug 16 2004 - 09:16:32 EST
Benjamin Herrenschmidt <benh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> On Sun, 2004-08-15 at 18:45, David N. Welton wrote:
> > but it's not the same problem... I removed the ohci_hcd module
> > from the kernel (it's present at boot), and sleep still doesn't
> > happen. I don't even get the "breathing" light, and yet the
> > computer still seems warm after some time, seemingly indicative
> > that it's not really asleep or dead. I can only restart it via
> > the Ctrl-Command-Power combination.
> Best thing at this point is to hack out the sleep code in the video
> driver to see where it dies during the sleep process...
I made the video driver's sleep routing return 0 immediately.
That was enough to at least get a couple of reports from xmon about a
vector 200 corresponding to an address in powerbook_sleep_Core99...
Still investigating, but this is new territory for me, and it's
certainly at a tricky moment in the life of the kernel. Suggestions
appreciated as to what might have changed and what to look for.
David N. Welton
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