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Re: ACPI suspend Dell 700m 2.6.9 kernel, wont wake up?


On Sat, 2004-12-18 at 22:57 -0800, Benedek Frank wrote:
> Hi
> On my Dell 700m I am trying to make suspend work. The battery life is just 
> horrible, 2 hours flat, so suspend is a must. 
> I installed a 2.6.9 kernel. When I do a suspend to memory 
> echo "mem" > /sys/power/state
> It goes into suspend and the power light starts to blink. That is perfect. 
> However, when I press any key, nothing happenes. The machine does not 
> respond. If I close the lid and open it back up, the power light becomes 
> solid (not blinking), but the machine does not come back alive, or at least I 
> cannot see anything on the display.
> When I press the power button, while the machine is suspended, the light comes 
> solid and the machine starts to work hard. But, instead of coming back live, 
> it shuts down. Do I miss something ? Like a script for the "lid" event ? 
> Please educate me, as I dont know.
> By the way, I also compiled a kernel with the swsusp2 patch, and it looked 
> good, but that was way to serious of a suspend for me, it actually shuts the 
> machine down. It must be great for a suspend when you are on a deserted 
> island, but all I need is a suspend for a few hours, so to memory is fine 
> enough. 

I have a Dell too but a C600 anyway, try this
http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3670 that works for me.

Have you tried APM?, APM works really cool for me.

Pedro Villavicencio Garrido

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