Re: benh 2.4.6 kernel
>>>>> On Tue, 10 Jul 2001 23:30:48 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (Gregorio Gervasio Jr.) said:
[ TiPB sleep problems with 2.4.6 ]
g> I get the same trace. As Olaf Hering suggested, it's failing
g> when "giveup_altivec" is called. It looks like a processor version
g> check was recently added to "giveup_altivec" (in
g> arch/ppc/kernel/head.S) but it seems to be incorrect:
g> .globl giveup_altivec
g> mfpvr r24 /* check if we are on a G4 */
g> srwi r24,r24,16
g> cmpwi r24,PVR_7400@h
g> beq 3f /* continue */
g> mflr r24
g> bl msr_vec_debug /* debug thingy in process.c */
g> mtlr r24
g> I think PVR_7400 is the unshifted value? (Also, the TiPB uses a 7410,
g> so what is the right comparison?) Anyway, without this check, sleep
g> seems to be fine in both console and X11 mode.
A little more info:
When I removed the debug code, console sleep started
failing again (as it does even with older kernels). X11 sleep still
works. It seems like the problem is in aty128_sleep_notifier because
this debug code you suggested:
> - edit drivers/video/aty128fb.c, comment out the call to
> pmu_register_sleep_notifier() line 1907, and add
> a "return;" at the beginning of aty128fbcon_blank() (line 2279)
> so that the function does nothing.
allows console sleep to work (not completely of course because the
screen doesn't shut off).
Gregorio Gervasio, Jr.