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Re: Acpi Suspend Problem, 2.6.8 Kernel, will suspend, wont resume


have you tried kernel 2.6.9? 2.6.8 had similar issue on my T41, but 2.6.9
is working nicely. 

On Fri, Dec 03, 2004 at 04:02:52PM -0800, Benedek Frank wrote:
> Hi
> I have APCI on my laptop, and I am trying to make it work now. 
> I use KDE and Debian Sarge (up-to-date). The APCI modules are all loaded, and 
> I have the battery monitor in the bottom. If I right click on it, I can 
> select "suspend".
> Suspend didnt work, but I found the solution on Google. I had to remove the 
> USB before it could suspend. So I removed the module, and did the suspend. 
> The computer quickly goes into suspend mode, and the power light starts to 
> blink. All looks good. 
> Now, I dont know how to bring the machine back to live. When I press any 
> buttons, nothing happenes. When I press the power switch, the harddrive or 
> some other component will make one short sound, and the CPU light comes on, 
> then nothing happenes. The CPU light (activity light) stays on, but machine 
> does not come back up. So I have to reboot, with the power button held in for 
> several seconds. That is obviously bad.
> Do you have any suggestion?
> Thanks
> Bence
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