On 5/10/15, Hans Petter Selasky <h...@selasky.org> wrote:
> On 05/10/15 18:53, Wolfgang Zenker wrote:
>> * Hans Petter Selasky <h...@selasky.org> [150510 14:47]:
>>> On 05/09/15 23:05, Wolfgang Zenker wrote:
>>>> * Allan Jude <allanj...@freebsd.org> [150508 16:29]:
>>>>> My experience is a little different.
>>>>> When suspend/resuming my laptop (Lenovo T530 with nVidia gpu)
>>>>> Sometimes when I resume, it seems like the keyboard is frozen. If I
>>>>> alt+f1, then alt+f9, it seems to work fine after that. I'd never
>>>>> of trying just alt+f9 right away, as I could already see my X session.
>>>>> Not sure if this is related, but it sounds very similar.
>>>> Similar problem on 10-STABLE: I usually start X by running startx
>>>> on ttyv0. After exiting X screen shows ttyv0 again but keyboard
>>>> appears frozen. Using ctrl-alt-f2 and ctrl-alt-f1 to switch to
>>>> ttyv1 and back "unfreezes" keyboard.
>>> Can you try applying to 10-stable:
>> Patch needs a little tweaking to apply in vt_resume() on 10-stable
>> (vd is main_vd here), but appears to fix the problem.
> Sounds good. I'll MFC the patch sometime next week. Seems like more
> people need it for daily FreeBSD use :-)
I have this fix or enhancements in our HardenedBSD codebase:
Please review them, and if you feel this required in FreeBSD too, and
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