RE: Any debian 2.6.x kernel ACPI success stories?
Steinar Bang wrote:
> OK, done:
> append="hdc=ide-scsi apm=power-off nomce acpi=on resume=/dev/hda6"
You can't have apm _and_ acpi. It's not supposed to turn on ACPI options if
apm is already enabled. However, I'm not sure if it's even guaranteed which
will be turned on first.
> The behaviour is as before:
> S3 suspend:
> The command
> echo 3 >/proc/acpi/sleep
> seems to shut it down alright:
> - the screen goes blank
> - the disk shuts down
> - The powerbutton LED starts blinking slowly
> But pressing the power button doesn't bring it out of suspend. The
> disk starts spinning again, but the desk remains blank.
> This may be caused by the well-known Radeon mobility problems with
> suspend/resume (this is a Dell Latitude D600)? However I thought
> they where releated to XFree86 support, and I did all my testing from
> a console, with X shut down.
Yes. That's not your problem.
> I shut the machine down with a long press on the power button, and
> rebooted normally.
Read the logs. What ACPI events have you got?
What sleep modes does your hardware support?
> echo 4 >/proc/acpi/sleep
I didn't _think_ that was the official way to do it anymore...