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Re: pmud problem: No Sleep support on this hardware, exiting!

On Wed, Mar 03, 2004 at 12:23:20PM +0100, Michael Schmitz wrote:
> > > OK; in the meantime I found out that stuff is missing in the OF
> > > properties. Next try: 817 bytes of a NVDA,BMP property which is also
> > > present in OF. No other large chunks of data visible from OF.
> >
> > Hrm.. No clue what this can be.
> :-( That's all been on a flat panel iMac, though - we'd need same
> information from a laptop user.
> > Maybe, in the long term, beeing able to shell the "ndrv" in a special
> > runtime env. like ndiswrapper does for NDIS network drivers on x86
> > would be a solution, though I don't like it much...
> There's still the ROM code, right?
> > That would involve writing a PEF loader, and implementing some of
> > the shared libs on which MacOS "ndrv"'s relies, that is not much
> > (you can look at Darwin code to get an idea of what is involved,
> > mostly device-tree manipulation, hooking on interrupts, and a
> > couple of other "utility" things).
> Me? I don't own any recent sort of Mac laptop yet. And I'd probably go for
> disk suspend instead, short term. The only thing that's strange there is
> the system clock being restored to suspend time :-)

I had a similar problem on my Pismo when waking up from sleep and 
using NTP. I fixed it (at least for me) and even sent the patch to
BenH IIRC. But I believe it was never applied.


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