[PC-BSD Testing] RC1 - laptops : SUDO + SUSPEND + SHUTDOWN
Silvio - Banzai °
silvio.taverna at banzai.it
Mon Nov 7 01:33:28 PST 2011
On Thu, 03 Nov 2011 06:20:44 +0100, Tigersharke . <tigersharke at gmail.com>
sorry for being late, i could get hold of my equipment just during the
weekend ... i'm glad to tell that booting the system with acpi enabled [by
default it boots without] solved both the 'sudden suspend' and the 'leave'
menu issues, on both machines ... on the Satellite Pro i also load the
dedicated acpi_toshiba driver, even though i cannot tell by now which
benefits could this bring, if any ...
just asking, any particular reason why acpi gets disabled by default, and,
is it considered acceptable to load it to the system via acpi_load=yes in
loader.conf ? i couldn't find any reference to it in the /boot/defaults
thanx again !!
> 2011/11/2 Silvio - Banzai ° <silvio.taverna at banzai.it>
>> On Wed, 02 Nov 2011 16:00:52 +0100, Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.org> wrote:
>> hi kris, thanx for the response ...
>> On 11/02/2011 04:48, Silvio - Banzai ° wrote:
>>>> moreover, on those same systems, even though the suspend action is
>>>> enabled in any of the power profiles, and the selected action for lid
>>>> closed is to turn the screen off, upon opening of the lid a system
>>>> suspend is triggered none the less, freezing the machine.
>>> This is in KDE correct? my other systems here don't try to suspend when
>>> I close the screen...
>> neither do mine ... the go on suspend upon *reopening* the lid, that's
>> strangest part of it ...
> This is just a thought.. Two things:
> 1. Any chance that somehow the sensor for open/close is somehow
> physically "twisted" (not likely)
> 2. With the lid open and system running 'normal' can you tell it to
> suspend? After this, does closing and reopening the lid still do the
> backward effect?
> My thought, as someone unaware of the actual code involved, is that
> the status got flipped, and it either is not resetting or for whatever
> reason is now stuck in this inaccurate situation. Ie, suppose a boolean
> due to action of the lid is supposed to be true when closed and false
> open but by some odd mistake, it is either treated backward after the
> initial iteration or gets initialized/reset wrong somehow. And the
> physical action of the lid only causes the state to flip, as if each
> is +1 and the state is understood as even or odd. The software is out of
> touch with the reality of the hardware.
> Oh is there anything in the BIOS relating to 'suspend action'?
> Does disabling DPMS or ACPI make a difference?
> And i now realize I have latched onto the backwardness more than the fact
> of an unwanted "feature".
> Perhaps my comments may help others figure this out.
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