Thanks to the PAO project I can keep using FreeBSD on my primary
machine that goes where I go, and where things are tried first.
I've been a loyal FreeBSD user since day 386bsd. It would have been
a traumatic experience to switch primary environment to Linux.
There is still one problem: after zzz or closing the lid, the
machine wakes up a few seconds after it suspends, even when it was
turned on from battery power.
Details below the signature. Suggestions for fixes appreciated.
Hardware is Thinkpad 600. apm output follows:
APM version: 1.2
APM Managment: Enabled
AC Line status: off-line
Battery status: high
Remaining battery life: 85%
Remaining battery time: 5:38:00
Number of batteries: 1
Resume timer: disabled
Resume on ring indicator: enabled
global standby state
global suspend state
resume timer from suspend
This is FreeBSD 3.4 and PAO3 out of the box - the only kernel
config change being (I do run NTP when plugged into ethernet):