Yeah. I'd really suggest trying with stable/10 or -HEAD with vt
enabled and no VESA.
On 16 May 2014 13:31, Jan Henrik Sylvester <m...@janh.de> wrote:
> On 05/16/2014 20:10, Kevin Oberman wrote:
>> On Fri, May 16, 2014 at 10:44 AM, Adrian Chadd <adr...@freebsd.org> wrote:
>>> I wonder what changed between 9.2-RELEASE and 10.0-RELEASE.
>>> Please poke me about this next week. I'm busy this week with work and
>>> maker faire but I will try to help you later.
>>> (It's possible something like ACPI updates or a driver update has
>>> broken things.)
>> Does your kernel include VESA? My T320 behaved as you describe until I
>> removed VESA from my kernel. I think using vt may also fix this without the
>> need to remove VESA, bug I have not gotten around to confirming this.
> (Sorry, this is more or less a lengthy "me, too":)
> I am observing exactly the same on my T510 (not surprisingly, as it is
> basically the same with a different screen size) using Nvidia (in
> contract to most other recent mailing list reports, which are using Intel).
> From 8.1-RELEASE to 9.2-RELEASE, suspend and resume used to work with a
> generic kernel (I like generic release kernels and freebsd-update) --
> except for a short time, which was due to the Xorg port. Especially
> 9.X-RELEASE were really stable with all the hardware working after
> resume (maybe except firewire).
> After going to 10.0-RELEASE, resuming would briefly turn the screen on,
> but it would go back to black with the power LED continuing to blink (as
> it does while sleeping). After a while, I realized that I lost the
> non-default option ACPI_PM for x11/nvidia-driver installing 10.0.
> With ACPI_PM for x11/nvidia-driver, I had at least one resume with most
> of the hardware working: The screen was still unusable being static with
> colorful lines, but I could ssh into the machine over wireless.
> I have not had time to try 10-STABLE with vt, but from reading various
> reports on the lists, that is probably the only way.
> I hope there will be a vt enabled kernel on the 10.1-RELEAS media, if vt
> is going to be required even for configurations that would work just
> fine on 9.X (WITH_NEW_XORG=yes is very usable with x11/nvidia-driver
> even without vt).
> From what you said, you already have ACPI_PM for x11/nvidia-driver as it
> is listed on the wiki. Have you?
> Jan Henrik
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