debian+fso+gta02: newer kernels?
zerghase at die-informatiker.eu
Thu Sep 11 17:39:56 CEST 2008
This is the interesting part of the logfile:
2008-09-11 17:27:57,940 INFO INPUT EVENT = POWER, pressed, 0
2008-09-11 17:27:58,108 INFO INPUT EVENT = POWER, released, 0
2008-09-11 17:27:58,731 INFO ENTERING SUSPEND
2008-09-11 17:28:11,124 INFO RETURN FROM SUSPEND
2008-09-11 17:28:12,400 INFO IDLE STATE = IDLE
2008-09-11 17:28:12,970 INFO INPUT EVENT = POWER, pressed, 0
2008-09-11 17:28:12,992 INFO INPUT EVENT = POWER, released, 0
2008-09-11 17:28:12,999 INFO IDLE STATE = BUSY
2008-09-11 17:28:23,013 INFO IDLE STATE = IDLE
2008-09-11 17:28:27,640 INFO IDLE STATE = BUSY
2008-09-11 17:28:30,407 INFO INPUT EVENT = POWER, pressed, 0
2008-09-11 17:28:30,616 INFO INPUT EVENT = POWER, released, 0
2008-09-11 17:28:38,013 INFO IDLE STATE = IDLE
2008-09-11 17:28:58,012 INFO IDLE STATE = IDLE_DIM
As you can see, the first time it is entering suspend.
After that, zhone recognizes that I pushed the button, but nothing
Am I the only one having this problem?
On Thu, 11 Sep 2008 17:25:38 +0200
Joachim Breitner <nomeata at debian.org> wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, den 11.09.2008, 17:07 +0200 schrieb Julian Köpke:
> > Thx for your help, networking works now and with this script the
> > freerunner successfully returns from suspend. But there is another
> > problem: after resuming, I can't suspend the device with the power
> > button anymore. I can still suspend by running apm -s, and resume by
> > pushing the power button. The aux button and everything else still
> > works, too, only the button doesn't react anymore.
> > Then I noticed, after restarting the zhone-session, the power button
> > works again once. Strange thing...
> Sounds like zhone getting confused. Check /tmp/zhone.log for hints.
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