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Re: 2.4.25 kernel: suspend causes freeze on iBook2

Why don't you use benh's  2.6.3/4 kernel ?
I'm using it and everything is fine. 

On Sat, 13 Mar 2004 15:59:01 +0100, 
Marc Menem gracefully wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I am running sid and just installed Sven's 2.4.25 kernel (package
> > kernel-image-2.4.25-powerpc-pmac) on my iBook2.  It works perfectly
> > with one unfortunate exception: the laptop does not wake up from
> > suspend mode when I re-open the lid.  The monitor displays only a
> > pattern of vertical colored bars, and it does not respond to any
> > keystrokes (aside from the Apple reboot sequence), nor can it be
> > pinged.  This is 
> > repeatable, and it happens whether or not I am running X.
>Same issue here. I own an ibook 2 (750Mhz) and I upgraded from
>2.4.20-ben10 in order to get the hfsplus filesystem working. It works,
>but the laptop doesn't
>wake up anymore.
>I tried to update pmud and pbbuttonsd but it didn't help.
>Could it be the code involved for the use of the front led as a hd 
>activity meter ?
>Is it possible to disable this code ?


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