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RE: pmud 0.10-4 not waking ibook2 800MHz.


Sounds like solid advice. Can you point me in the direction of how to dump
the video chip registers? Are those logged somewhere? Or is there an app for
accessing those?


-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Schmitz [mailto:schmitz@mail.biophys.uni-duesseldorf.de]
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2003 8:02 AM
To: Mark Barr
Cc: 'ajay.pisupati@pw.utc.com'; 'boesewolf@vdst-ka.inka.de';
'lashi@optusnet.com.au'; 'debian-powerpc@lists.debian.org'
Subject: RE: pmud 0.10-4 not waking ibook2 800MHz.

> I can live with the acid flash, but what is wrong with mine is that after
> sleeping, the video is degraded. I see flaws in the desktop image, and
> is sometimes visual noise around the  pointer arrow. Ctrl-alt-delete will
> restart X, but that doesn't fix the problem. Only a full reboot will
> it.

Seems like a common problem with the new ibook2 HW. Some parameter in
the video chip isn't set up quite right (your description sounds like
what my Lombard did with mclk set too low). Keep trying new kernel
releases, or dump the video chip registers before and after sleep to
compare what's changed.


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