On Sat, Oct 19, 2013 at 4:05 PM, Andrew Klaus <andrewkl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, USB support removed, along with basically every driver. The video still
> doesn't come back after sleep.
>
> Nothing has really changed still.  Maybe I'll give 10-Beta1 a try as well
> to see if it's fixed there.
>
>
> On Sat, Oct 19, 2013 at 12:26 PM, Andrew Klaus <andrewkl...@gmail.com>wrote:
>
>> Alright.. I can't quite disable USB, since I think that would mean I can't
>> use my keyboard after the kernel boots.  I did enable the kldunload and
>> kldload in the rc.suspend / resume files in case that was it. It wasn't.
>>
>> I removed ethernet, wifi, sound, and a few other things from the kernel
>> config.  Booted up no problem, but I'm suffering from the same problem.
>>
>> When I blindly run kldload i915kms after I resume from sleep, the display
>> does flicker a little, but still doesn't output anything. If I run startx
>> after I resume, it does something similar as well.
>>
>> If I enable acpi bounce with verbose in sysctl, nothing seems to error
>> from what I can tell.
>>
>> Anything else I might be able to try to get to the bottom of this? I'm
>> pretty determined to get this working..
>>
>> On Sat, Oct 19, 2013, clutton wrote:
>> > BIOS is not in case.
>> > All you need is build minimal custom kernel.
>> > Without usb, ethernet, wifi, sound, etc. Then try again.
>>
>>

Please show me the output of `devinfo -v`. I have several Dell
notebooks equipped with NVIDIA graphics, and each suffers the same
symptom you describe, unless I tweak the driver attach order of
nvidia(4) and vgapm(?) with the following patch:

https://raw.github.com/brandongooch/freebsd-patches/master/nvidia-vga-resume-fix.patch

-Brandon
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