Sorry, I guess I should specify that this is a desktop with APM enabled in
the BIOS, but not being used otherwise... VESA module loaded.
FreeBSD cae88-102-101.sc.rr.com 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #0: Sat Dec 2
16:07:54 EST 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compile/RHIANNON i386
Id Refs Address Size Name
1 9 0xc0100000 234878 kernel
2 1 0xc0335000 5540 vesa.ko
3 1 0xc033b000 9eb4 cd9660.ko
4 1 0xc0345000 eb44 msdos.ko
5 1 0xc0354000 7a98 procfs.ko
6 1 0xc035c000 158ec linux.ko
7 1 0xc0372000 b2cc if_dc.ko
8 2 0xc037e000 10004 miibus.ko
9 1 0xc038f000 76e0 linprocfs.ko
On Mon, Dec 04, 2000 at 09:59:31PM -0500, Donald J . Maddox wrote:
> Just as a data point, I just tried this as well... The daemon saver was ok,
> the fire saver was ok, but as soon as I loaded logo_saver and it activated,
> I got a 'dc0 timeout'(?) and I was unable to access any of the vtys after
> that... I could switch vtys, but could not type anything.
> The fire_saver module is obviously using a VESA mode, but I had no problem
> problem with it...
> On Mon, Dec 04, 2000 at 06:41:55PM -0800, John Baldwin wrote:
> > On 05-Dec-00 Andrea Campi wrote:
> > >> > More details: this is an IBM Thinkpad laptop with APM enabled and in the
> > >> > kernel.
> > >> > As usual, any hint is more than welcome. This used to work...
> > >>
> > >> Which screen saver? Does it do it with all of them? Just graphical ones,
> > >> just
> > >> text ones, just green_saver, etc.?
> > >
> > > Rrrright... I can assure you I would never have thought this could make a
> > > difference...
> > That's ok, it didn't occur to me either at first. However, the green_saver
> > calls into APM, and the graphical ones will call into VESA, so it might make a
> > difference.
> > > Ok, I will try each one. At the moment, I'm using logo_saver.
> > > I will let you know.
> > >
> > > Bye,
> > > Andrea
> > >
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