[Pkg-acpi-devel] Bug#507031: Bug#507031: no resume after suspend
komendantsky at gmail.com
Sat Nov 29 10:37:28 UTC 2008
Using acpid 1.0.6-15, I emulated the thing I understood you had asked me to
do (you were saying that would be the difference between -15 and -16): I
removed the comment before MODULES="all" as follows:
# Specify modules to load on acpid's startup
# MODULES may be uncommented to load "none", contain the string "all"
# to load all acpi related modules or simply a space seperated list
# of modules to be probed.
#MODULES="battery ac processor button fan thermal video"
# using all allows us to drop extra modules in drivers/acpi and have them
# be autoloaded.
I restarted acpid. No difference when suspend-resume is concerned. Works
perfectly. Something else is involved. I looked at the changes text in the
-16 update and found that the changes might have being broader than you had
2008/11/27 Michael Meskes <meskes at debian.org>
> > After upgrade from acpid 1.0.6-15 to 1.0.6-16, my laptop Dell Inspiron
> > does not wake up after suspend. When it is suspended, it reacts to a
> > botton press, but the screen lit (blank) on just a few occasions;
> > the screen is off. In any case I have to power off the laptop to continue
> > working. I downgraded to version 1.0.6-15 and now suspend works fine
> Looking at the changes between 1.0.6-15 and 1.0.6-16 the only functional
> difference seems to be that -16 does not modprobe the modules per default
> anymore. But given that the modules were lodaed before upgrading this
> look like a likely reason for me unless there is more logic/configuration
> involved than you list here.
> Testing this is easy, just remove the comment in /etc/default/acpid before
> corresponding MODULES line.
> I fail to see how the other changes might have any influence on the
> your describing.
> Michael Meskes
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