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Re: iBookG4 pseudo-sleep / 2.6.3 problems

Matthias Grimm <matthias.grimm@htp-tel.de> writes:

> Am Dienstag, 13. Juli 2004 18:43 schrieb Sam George:
>> On Sat, 10 Jul 2004 13:57:44 +0200
>> > > Does anyone else experienced this? Is there a solution?
>> >
>> > Yes, I had that once too. Shortly closing the lid does no harm, but
>> > a few minutes shut it down. Recent iBook G4 (1 Mhz), Bens 2.4.25,
>> > PowerBook6,5. I have not experimented further on this. And yes, this
>> > was on battery.
>> >
>> > Greetings
>> >
>> >          Helge
>> This problem also exists with 2.4.25-powerpc on a pismo.  It maybe
>> something to do with pbbuttonsd and seems to only happen when you set
>> coversleep=no .  So the work around I use sounds like it won't work
>> for you.  It used to work for me to leave coversleep=no but something
> I think this behaviour is not a bug. There are multiply events that overlap 
> here.
> First you configure coversleep=no so you could close the lid and the machine 
> continues to work. so far so good.
> What have you set at onXX_sleep? If nobody work with the machine (no mouse or 
> keyboard events, low CPU load, low network load) the machine follow 
> onXX_sleep after onXX_Tsleep time out. If you want no sleep at all set 
> onXX_Tsleep=0.
> For more information see man-page pbbuttonsd.conf.
>  Best Regards
>    Matthias

Is it possible that this is hardware related, since it happens even
though pbbuttonsd isn't installed? 

However, your tips worked like a charm here.

Kjetil [gpg 69981B46]

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