I have 2 problems!
When I start my debian laptop, I boot the modules first and the
daemons afterwards. As usual.
But, in order for my /etc/init.d/networking script to find my eth0
nic, which is a PCMCIA card, cardmgr has to be started. And since my
networking script is started before my cardmgr-daemon, It will not
find my eth0, which makes it necessary for my to login as root and
do '/etc/init.d/networking restart', for enabling my eth0 nick.
Also, when I'm starting my laptop, it loads my essolo1 module (for my
soundcard) before starting the program aumix, which I use to control
the sound. This makes the mic and the speakers interfer, making a
highly disturbing noise.
Is there a way for me to start both cardmgr and aumix, before
starting my networking script and loading my essolo1 module?
My second problem: When I close the lid on my laptop, which is an IBM
Thinkpad iSeries 1400, it goes to sleep. I will still be able to open
it and continue my work, but several processes have been stopped or
Example: my eth0 disappears, which makes it necessary to login as
root and restart my networking script, and aumix stops, indicated by
the high noise caused by interferens.
How can I configure my ACPI/APM module to go to sleep when I close my
lid and start up as it was before it went to sleep?
I hope you will be able and willing to answer my questions,
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