Re: Re: Standby/Resume works only during Grub
> > What do I have to change to get this Suspend working with the running
> > Linux kernel: Configure and compile a new kernel (which options
> > important?), pass certain boot parameters, ...? I have had this working
> > under Archlinux by passing the boot option pci=noacpi. But this does not
> > seem to help under Debian?
> Are you sure about that? Moreover, are you really sure that you have no
> running acpid (its settings can be changed in /etc/acpid)?
Sure about what? It did work under Archlinux (without any trace in the logs
and without acpid running).
acpid is surely not running, because I removed it from the runlevel. But to be
$ ps ax | grep acpid
5 ? S< 0:00 [kacpid]
2473 pts/1 S+ 0:00 grep acpid
As far as I know, [kacpid] is some kind of kernel process and not acpid.
I disabled acpid, because it doesn't help me, as long as resume via ACPI
Thanks for your input,