Re: Help with ACPI and CPU throttling
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On Sunday 20 February 2005 02:53 pm, Andrew McMillan wrote:
> Ah, yes. What has happened here is that the default Debian installation
> for ACPI connects the "Power Button" to "shutdown"... So then you
> suspend (fine), resume (by pressing the power button) and the system
> resumes and immediately sees that you pressed the power button, so
> initiates a shutdown...
Okay! I had tried that earlier but that took me to a much more worse state.
As I said, I'm able to suspend-to-RAM and I think it resumes also but no video
output comes up. Yes, you might say that the X video drivers are buggy but I
tried it on the console too stopping the X server and unloading any dri
modules. But still I don't get the video.
I use vesafb at the console too. Could that be the reason ??
> Have a look in /etc/acpi/events/powerbtn and disable that handling, and
> all should be fine.
Ritesh Raj Sarraf
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