Re: TEST: Sleep patch #4
> I have still some problems with #4.
> When i unplug or plug in an USB-Mouse while in sleep the iBook crashes
> on resume. The sleep-led turns off, but the display remains dark and i
> can't ping the iBook (with #2 one time after resume the display remained
> blank too, but the sound (xmms and dmasound_pmac) started again and i
> was able to ping the iBook over the net).
There are issues with USB, just avoid doing that for now.
> An other problem is that the kernel hangs sometimes on boot. With patch
> #2 and agpgart compiled into the kernel, it locked up every time after
> the agpgart messages. Without agpgart or agpgart compiled as module, i
> can boot without problems most times. Loading agpgart as module (hotplug
> loads it) make no problems. Btw. what is agpgart needed for? I have not
> tested #4 with agpgart compiled into kernel.
It hangs with #4 ? Do you have cpufreq ? it could be a cpufreq issue...
agpgart is the driver for the AGP, necessary if you use DRI
> Some times (with patch #2 more often as with #4) the kernel hangs
> somewhere after the ati messages (i will write down the exact message
> down when i see it the next time). I had this two times with vanilla
> 2.6.9 too, but with the suspend patch it happens quiet more frequent.
> One thing i noticed in this context (with vanilla 2.6.9 and 188.8.131.52 and
> with the sleep patches too) is an messages "radeonfb (...): Invalid ROM
> signature 0 should be0xaa55". (The space between the "be" and "0xaa55"
> is really missing!)
That's is fine. expected.
> An other point where it hangs sometimes is just after the kernel message
> "Macintosh non-volatile memory driver v1.1". One time i was only able to
> start Linux again after booting MacOS.
> If you need some more information, i would be happy to give them to you.
I think the hang may be an issue with cpufreq. Does it still happen with
patch #4 ?