On 5/16/14, 2:10 PM, Kevin Oberman wrote: > On Fri, May 16, 2014 at 10:44 AM, Adrian Chadd <adr...@freebsd.org> wrote: > >> Hi! >> >> 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.) >> >> >> -a >> > > 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.
To be clear, vt does not fix resume. Using i915kms is what actually fixes resume when using Intel GPUs on the Thinkpad as i915kms is what actually turns the LCD backlight on during resume. You just have to use vt to have a useable console when you use i915kms. You can suspend/resume fine in X with syscons + i915kms, you just can't use your console if you do. If you are using the Nvidia GPU, then i915kms can't help you with turning the LCD backlight back on (and using vt shouldn't make any difference). VESA needs to be removed for i915kms, but I've no idea if it needs to be removed for Nvidia. The video reset code was reworked in 10 so that having VESA is supposed to be like using 'hw.acpi.reset_video=1' on 9, but in theory it works more often. The ACPI_PM setting to the kernel module along with removing VESA would seem like your best bet, but I see in follow-ups that that wasn't completely reliable. However, you can try using ACPI_PM with syscons, no need to use vt. -- John Baldwin _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"