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Re: swsusp and cpufreq

Le lundi 11/01/04 Guido Guenther <agx@sigxcpu.org> a écrit :
> > (I don't know where to file a bug, if you know a better place where to
> > send this message please tell me).
> debian-ppc@lists.debian.org, please add it to the cc: list for further
> replies.

Ok. (I think you mean debian-powerpc@list.debian.org)

> > Is there any compatibility problem between your swsusp patch and
> > cpufreq? I have experience some resume failure (most of the resume work,
> > but sometime, they fail without any visible reason) with 2.6.9 patch
> > with swsusp and rivax-fb on my 12" powerbook.
> > 
> > I have take a picture of the kernel oops : 
> > 
> > http://www.taket.org/~djoume/pwbk/100_1674.JPG
> USB problem. I stop hotplug and remove the USB modules on suspend. The
> cpufreq problem is another one and can be worked around by another patch
> which can be found at the same site you got the swsusp patch from.

Thanks, I remove also USB modules but didn't stop hotplug, I'll do it now.
I supposed it's the pmac-cpufreq-2.6.9-rc2.diff I have to apply.

What is the pbook-12"-fake-sleep-2.6.diff for? Can it avoid the
powerbook to silently shutdown after some time when running on battery
with the lid closed?

> > I also wonder if there is a compatibility probleme between preempt and
> > swsusp, I remember to have more kernel oops when PREEMPT is enable in
> > the kernel.
> Don't use preempt and swsusp together at the moment.

Ok, many thanks for your help.


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