Bug#653179: [rt2x00-users] Fwd: linux-image-3.1.0-1-amd64: Can't switch off WoW option of RT5390 wi-fi card, notebook wakes on wi-fi activity
Well, I tried the following:
1. Installed back preinstalled version of Windows 7 and gave my notebook to guarantee service. They returned it in one day, saying that WoW option were enabled. As I wrote earlier WoW can be managed under Win7 (in properties of Ralink card).
2. I had flashed cracked version of BIOS with unlocked advanced menus. Then I disable Wake on PME (PCI Power Management Enable wake up events). Well, now my notebook do not wakes (and from power off).
Maybe installed version of Ralink card is a special modification for HP, or it is capable with some ACPI management?
29.12.2011, 00:14, "Ivo Van Doorn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 12:09 PM, Gertjan van Wingerde
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On 12/28/11 08:56, Helmut Schaa wrote:
>>> Am Sonntag, 25. Dezember 2011, 09:07:42 schrieb pol kh:
>>>> I'd like to be able to manage WoW option on Ralink 5390 on my HP Pavilion
>>>> dv6-6030er. WoW is enabled by default in BIOS, which is locked by vendor.
>>>> So I can't switch it off. Using ethtool doesn't help, because driver can't
>>>> hanlder with WoW. My notebook wakes on wi-fi activity when I'd like it to
>>>> be asleep. I had sent a bug report to Debian GNU/Linux maintainers and got
>>>> the following answer (below my bug report is attached):
>>> this sounds really strange :). Unfortunately nobody is working on WoW support
>>> for rt2x00 currently.
>>>> Ivo, Gertjan, do we have any information yet how WoW for the ralink devices
>>> is supposed to work? Since the WoW framework was already merged AFAIK it might
>>> be a trivial thing to add ...
>> No, I've never seen any information about this.
>> A quick look at the Ralink legacy drivers also reveal that these do not
>> contain any code for this, so it will be difficult to add support for
>> this in rt2x00.
> Even the specsheets don't contain any reference about WoW, so I really
> can't say anything about it either.