On Tuesday 13 July 2010 02:59 pm, David DEMELIER wrote:
Every feedback I have, and every mails I see there is still a lot
of problems with suspend/resume on laptops with FreeBSD. Of course
it's not only FreeBSD the problem it's also the bad manufacturers
(HP :-)) that provides buggy ACPI/BIOS.
Who have a laptop that fully works with suspend/resume ?
I do. My Asus G2K + FreeBSD/amd64 + -CURRENT + vesa.ko combination
works perfectly fine. I can suspend/resume within X.org server +
xf86-video-ati + drm(4) just fine, too. Of course, I am little
biased because I am a major developer in the area. ;-)
Personally, suspend works, but resume does not wake up the screen
and there is nothing I can do, the system seems to be freezed
Can you please tell us little bit about your hardware and its
configuration? FYI, FreeBSD/amd64 + -CURRENT + vesa.ko is the best
way to resume video screen if your video controller is the only
I will check, and try to make a kernel dump if possible.