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Re: i386/1866:OpenBSD 2.9 locks up after a suspend on IBM ThinkPad 600
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- Subject: Re: i386/1866:OpenBSD 2.9 locks up after a suspend on IBM ThinkPad 600
- From: Liam <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 07:12:42 -0800
- User-Agent: Microsoft-Outlook-Express-Macintosh-Edition/5.02.2022
Original Poster Reports problem solved:
man 4 apm
The value of 0x10000 specifies whether to leave interrupts
enabled when calling APM BIOS routines. This is needed for some
IBM laptops, the symptoms are hangs and freezes on suspend, stand
by, and hibernation activities.
"When I recompiled the kernel whith this flag, it started to work.
Pressing Fn-F4 still lagged for 30 secs, but then suspended, and
issuing an `apm -z' command worked fine immediately."
Albertas Agejevas <email@example.com>
William C. Allen, BLS, EET
"it may be that your sole purpose in life is to serve as warning to others"