On Wed, Sep 11, 2002 at 12:22:04AM +0900, Mitsuru IWASAKI wrote:
> > Do you think that there is a change that this is in the direction of DPMS,
> > or is that very unliky? I tried to find the spec for DPMS but it seems to
> > be a closed on (at least to non-members).
> It seems that old laptops don't have VGA specific ACPI objects, so
> many people will be happy if we can implement non-ACPI VGA driver w/
> ATI chips hack.
> BTW, have you checked for XFree86 code? Hopefully we might find
> some hints on DPMS for ATI chips.
Ok, listen to this ;-)
I think DPMS might be very related, because when I suspend from X and
resume again everything is (almost) fine!!
1. I start up the machine
3. I enter S1 either by acpiconf / closing the lid / ctrl-esc (sleep key)
4. Screen goes to console and stays on
5. I resume with power key / open lid
6. Screen turns black
7. Few seconds later X is in front of me again!
8. If I now go back to the console (ctrl-f1) the console is still black
I also tried the scenario where I suspend on the console, then resume
again, which turns the screen black. I then startx again and my screen is
back again. This is a major step IMHO.
I already looked at the DPMS code in X and we have to extract that
Mark Santcroos RIPE Network Coordination Centre
http://www.ripe.net/home/mark/ New Projects Group/TTM
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