Re: XFree86 not sleeping using -ben10 on a powerbook3,5
On Tue, 2003-04-15 at 12:32, Giuseppe Sacco wrote:
> Il mar, 2003-04-15 alle 11:15, Benjamin Herrenschmidt ha scritto:
> > On Tue, 2003-04-15 at 10:27, Giuseppe Sacco wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > > I have a powerbook3,5 with a PowerPC g4 and radeon M9.
> > >
> > > When I close the lid, the system crashes showing something like a
> > > monitor prompt.
> > What does that prompt says ? You can load the system.map along
> > with the kernel (sysmap=<path> in yaboot.conf) to get symbols
> > instead of just numbers in there, and you can then use the "t"
> > command to get a backtrace.
> vector: 400 at pc=2f6c6960, lr=c00071d8
> msr=40001032, sp=dbcd7dc0 [dbcd7d10]
> current=dbcd600, pid=590, comm=pmud
> then there is a cursor that blincks very very very slowly. I
> did not manage to press any key.
> > Also make sure you have /dev/apm_bios and that APM emulation is
> > compiled in the kernel.
> I think this is good since in /var/log/Xfree86.0.log I see:
> (II) Open APM successful
> Moreover: if I close the lid while at the GDM login prompt (just after
> booting the machine) then the apple light over the lid goes off and a
> small light at the bottom of the powerbook start blinking (sleep mode is
> started correctly?). But then when I open the lid the screen is
> completely black.
> If I do the same think after at logging in and logging out, I get the
> the system monitor.
Do you have AGP enabled ? What other driver do you have ? some USB stuffs ?
Looks like a driver is crashing.