Are you runnig 32bit or 64bit? 32bit sleep with SMP is broken AFAIK. You can
try to disable SMP and see if it sleeps in case you are using 32bit.
Otherwise, suspend/resume is still iffy in FreeBSD.

2011/7/11 Kevin Oberman <kob6...@gmail.com>

> I recently went from a ThinkPad T43 to a T520. On the T520, ac[i_ibm
> is not functional. 'sysctl dev.acpi_ibm'
> returns nothing. No volume control, though MUTE does work.
>
> Any idea about a fix? Can I just change the OEMID to LENOVO? (Probably
> should change all "IBM references to LENOVO while I'm at it.)
> I'll probably give this a shot, just to see if it works.
> --
> R. Kevin Oberman, Network Engineer - Retired
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