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Re: Fedora Core 5 Test Update: kernel-2.6.18-1.2189.fc5



rmmod pcspkr :-)

 > Suspend does not work.  g-p-m simply says "suspend failed" and I can't
 > see why.   Running /usr/sbin/pm-suspend in the terminal does not give
 > any errors.

Check dmesg for any kernel related errors.

        Dave


SUSPEND WORKS with new kernel!  I one-by-one removed RPMS from utopia,
and tested suspend.  As soon as I removed pm-utils and re-installed
the one from Fedora Core, then the suspend to RAM worked, and wake-up
worked as well!

This has a SATA hard disk, it wakes up great.  I'm using the Nvidia
driver version 8774 with the kernel-smp that is in updates-testing,
and the ipw3945 wireless driver 1.0.12 with the following patch
applied (from the devel list)

--- Makefile.old        2006-09-23 13:06:50.000000000 -0700
+++ Makefile    2006-09-23 13:06:50.000000000 -0700
@@ -92,6 +92,8 @@
ifeq ($(IEEE80211_API),)
       IEEE80211_API := $(shell [[ "$(IEEE80211_VER)" == 1.1.14* ]] && \
               { echo "2" ; } || \
+               [[ "$(IEEE80211_VER)" == git-1.1.13* ]] && \
+               { echo "2" ; } || \
               { ver=$(IEEE80211_VER); ver=$${ver\#*.} ; echo $${ver%.*} ; })
       EXTRA_CFLAGS += -DIEEE80211_API_VERSION=$(IEEE80211_API)
endif

Spacing is messed up by cut/paste, but you see the 2 lines are
necessary to make ipw3945 compile.  It too suspends and resumes great.

I have NO special adjustments in acpi scripts, no special nothing.
Suspend just works, as PROMISED.



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Paul E. Johnson
Professor, Political Science
1541 Lilac Lane, Room 504
University of Kansas


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