I have tried with 1 and then 0 to both settings (hw.pci.do_power_suspend
and hw.pci.do_power_resume) but with no luck, it does the same.
What happens is, after executing the sleep command, I hear a short beep,
the power button blinks rapidly three times, and then monitor, hdd, stop,
and the power button pulses as you say, at a slow pace, like it went to
sleep. But when I wake it, it reboots.
Thanks for your suggestion anyway. Any other suggestions ?
On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 6:12 PM, matt <sendtom...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/10/12 11:50, Stefan Horomnea wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am enthusiastic to have switched recently to FreeBSD on my laptop. I
> > been using Linux (Fedora, Ubuntu) in the past few years. I am using
> > 9.0 on a ThinkPad L512.
> > One of my challenges now is to make again my laptop to sleep and resume
> > from sleep correctly. I have read and tried a few things written here:
> > with no luck.
> > What happens is:
> > acpiconf -s 3
> > seems to get the job done, the hdd and monitor stop, the power button is
> > blinking, so it looks like in the sleep state.
> > But after I push the power button, it reboots instead of coming out of
> > sleep.
> > I also tried killing X, unloading some of the kernel modules, and then
> > the sleep command. But it does the same.
> > Debug info:
> > dmesg: http://bit.ly/TSiPCJ
> > asl dump: http://bit.ly/RP559M
> > The files are hosted on dropbox so they are not formatted correctly but
> > can download them to see them properly.
> > Any help is much appreciated :)
> > Thank you,
> > Stefan
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> Please try various configurations of hw.pci.do_power_resume and
> hw.pci.do_power_suspend. I used to have an SL410 that required
> If I recall correctly, the fast blinking power light actually is an
> embedded controller panic. Sleep was a very slow pulsing.
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