Re: Thinkpad t40p with Linux Kernels 2.4 <-> 2.6
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> Stefan Schmidt <email@example.com> [2005-03-25 01:49]:
> On Thu, Mar 24, 2005 at 10:56:52PM +0100, Lukas Ruf wrote:
> With normal acpi, there is an acpi event, when you close the lid.
> I'm not sure, if there is an acpi event, when pressing Fn+F4. You
> need the event, to execute the shell script.
> The other thing i mean, is that there are more events with the
> ibm-acpi module. If you press Fn+F1, it give an event, and it is
> another than Fn+F7 for example.
ok, this I have understood. How can I find out what events are
> > So, you do not use software-suspend 2?? Does this mean 220.127.116.11
> > would do hibernation on swap-partitions too? Is this the trick
> > with the 'resume=/dev/hdaX' kernel parameter when booting Linux?
> Sorry, i wrote mistakable. I don't use hibernate at all. Only
> suspend to ram with acpi.
ok, that's a pity but I could live with it if standby reliably worked.
> > crashed my system ten days ago..... So, I would need to give it a
> > try without sw2....
> That ist not nice. On the linux-thinkpad ml i read a lot about sw2
> 2.6.* and ibm-acpi, it should work. Maybe you can search the
> archive, and find a hint.
Well, it crashed tonight again when the laptop came back from
In fact, I would prefer standby to work reliably instead of
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