Re: _almost_ got suspend/resume working on iBook2.2
- To: ERDI Gergo <email@example.com>
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- Subject: Re: _almost_ got suspend/resume working on iBook2.2
- From: Michel Dänzer <email@example.com>
- Date: 11 Feb 2003 13:25:50 +0100
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On Die, 2003-02-11 at 11:56, ERDI Gergo wrote:
> After speaking to Lukasz about what he had to do to get suspend/resume
> working on his iBook2.2, he mentioned using a stock XFree86 server instead
> of the dri-trunk one, so I removed xserver-xfree86-dri-trunk and rebooted.
> When the machine came up, 'glxinfo' showed no direct rendering available
> (which I would be happy to live with), and suspend/resume worked
> flawlessly (I tried it 5 or 6 times). The only problem I had was that Xv
> (as used by mplayer) was garbled as if every second column was garbage.
> The core X11 output mode of mplayer worked OK. So, in short, everything
> was Perfect.
> However, then I started mplayer with the 'fbdev' output mode in X and that
> garbled the screen so I rebooted.
> When the machine came back up again, I was surprised to see 'glxinfo'
> reporting DRI working -- and I began having the same problems with
> suspend/resume as previously!
> So, in short, it looks like maybe some status-saver applications in
> /etc/rc6.d or somewhere else decided to modify my configuration when I
> rebooted for the second time -- and now I have no idea what has changed
> between the two reboots.
If you want to disable the DRI, simply remove the Load "dri" line from
the Module section in XF86Config-4. You can run my packages with DRI
disabled as well.
Earthling Michel Dänzer (MrCooper)/ Debian GNU/Linux (powerpc) developer
XFree86 and DRI project member / CS student, Free Software enthusiast