On Sunday 15 May 2005 10:47 am, John O'Hagan wrote: > On Sat, 14 May 2005 10:46, you wrote: > >[...] > > Your VGA is identical to mine. It will have to work. I just don't know > > why you are using the vbe-tool, it works without that too. > > Also you didn't mention if any agp modules are being used ? > > The reason I am using vbetool is that when I use a "vanilla" method to > suspend, (using klaptop, or calls to /proc and /sys), I get a blank screen > on resume - totally blank, including the backlight. The system is > operating, as I can still use keyboard commands, although without a screen > it's a little hard to tell to what extent! > > Googling revealed that many other users of 855GM chipsets have the same > issue (- obviously not everyone, as your system works). Saving and > restoring the state of the graphics device (using vbetool as part of the > suspend process) is so far the nearest I have come to a solution - at least > then I can see! > I had exactly the same problem and "acpi_sleep=s3_bios" solved the problem. I checked it today again. > But the touchpad is the fly in the ointment. > > I am using AGP modules; here is my lsmod: > > Module Size Used by > i830 22528 1 > drm 53012 2 i830 > binfmt_misc 8456 1 > video 14212 0 > realtime 4496 0 > commoncap 4864 1 realtime > joydev 7488 0 > psmouse 23176 0 > intelfb 25860 0 > cfbcopyarea 3712 1 intelfb > cfbimgblt 2816 1 intelfb > cfbfillrect 3328 1 intelfb > intel_agp 17692 1 > agpgart 25896 4 drm,intelfb,intel_agp > evdev 6912 1 > > This is probably too much information; but it may contain a clue. > > Thanks, > > John O'Hagan > > P.S Please CC me as I am not subscribed. Please don't use an agp modules for X and try. All you might need is agpgart only. For me I've inbuilt it in the kernel. Are the logs saying anything about the touchpad's problem ? rrs -- Ritesh Raj Sarraf RESEARCHUT -- http://www.researchut.com Gnupg Key ID: 04F130BC "Stealing logic from one person is plagiarism, stealing from many is research." "Necessity is the mother of invention."
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