On 21 June 2013 05:48, Ian Smith <smi...@nimnet.asn.au> wrote: > No acpidump output on -stable or -acpi anyway .. likely best as an URL, > if it comes down to ACPI.
Ok, I'll put it online in a sec. > So the fingerprint reader, camera and bluetooth shown in your usbconfig > don't serve as 'USB devices plugged in' in this regard? Do they work ok > after resume, or not? they work after resume. > No, the above are still on the suspend path, but logged on resume. I > don't know what CDBS or EXP0,1,3,4 are. You've left out something like > 'pci0:X:Y:0 Transition from D0 to D2' (or D3) before these ones, right? Nope, nothing is left out. I can boot with -v to get _all_ of the messages, if that'll help. > I hope 'slept' message is still in 10, I've seen a few listed without, > and they're very handy if there's any resume delay, as I had up to 8.2 > (plus exactly 60 seconds) unless I unloaded (in particular) UHCI and > reloaded it on resume, needing a kernel w/out uhci, ohci and ehci, > loading on boot and unload/reload in rc.suspend/resume. This however > was fixed by 9.1 for me, the first release where suspend/resume works > flawlessly on the T23. I haven't tried a recent 9-STABLE though. [snip] > Well, the earlier resume issues on UHCI might still not be fixed? You > could try a kernel without UHCI, with the unload/reload dance .. I just tried that. unloading/reloading uhci doesn't affect things - the external ports are still powered down after a suspend/resume pass. Thanks, Adrian _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-usb To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-usb-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"