On Mon, Apr 09, 2001 at 11:10:54AM +0200, Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote:
> "Georg-W. Koltermann" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I am experiencing a strange lockup with -current as of about a week
> > ago: It will suspend and resume, but after the resume the console is
> > dead and the system hangs after a short while.
> I'm seeing this too on my laptop.  Used to work fine, no longer does.
> I'll try the latest & greatest and see if the problem goes away.


I CVSuped twice since my initial report, and the problem is still
there.  On the other hand I have a report from David Wolfskill that
suspend/resume works fine for him.

a) Does suspend/resume now work for you?

b) What hardware/firmware do you have (mine is a DELL Inspiron 7500
   with BIOS rev A12)?

c) David, since it seems to work for you, what hardware/firmware do
   you have?

One surprising observation: If I disable APM in /boot/device.hints, my
machine suspends and resumes JUST FINE.  The BIOS alone seems to be
able to suspend and awake the hardware behind FreeBSD's back.  The
system only hangs if FreeBSD is involved in the process.

Who in the world needs 2000 Windows?

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