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Re: Power management issue on G3 iBook

Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:

> 2.6.12 "final" ?

No kernel stayed at version 2.6.11.

> Hrm... can you try building it without cpufreq support and tell me if it
> makes a difference ?

I disabled the cpufreq stuff, installed the kernel, rebooted and then
put the machine in sleep and then tried to wake it.

Unfortunately if didn't come out of sleep. The console messages before
disabling cpufreq were (typed by hand):

    eth1: Airport entering sleep mode
    eth0: suspending, WakeOnLan disabled
    aty128fb: suspending ...
    HID1, before: 10000000
    aty128fb: resumed!
    HID1, before: 10000000
    cpufreq: resume failed to asser curret frequency is what timing core thinks it is.
    eth0: resuming
    PHY ID: 4061e4, addr: 0
    ath1: Airport waking up
    eth0: Link is up at 100 Mbps, full-duplex
    eth0: Pause is disabled

After disabling cpufreq, there was no cpufreq message but it was 
otherwise pretty similar. I do notice that when it unsuccessfully
comes out of sleep I can connect and disconnect the network cable
and I keep on getting more messages.

This could be a problem with X not being woken up correctly. I
also noticed that after the apt-get upgrade my X cursor had changed.

Did the upgrade possibly install Xorg? How can I tell?

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