Re: Fwd: Activating Suspend/Resume on FreeBSD 10.1

2015-01-29 Thread Anthony Jenkins
On 01/29/2015 08:42 AM, Mohammad Najafi wrote: Dear Members: ​acpiconf -s 3 results in kernel panic.​ For more info, I have attached my FreeBSD kernel boot message I don't see anything in the boot messages about a panic... Some suggestions: - You can try to capture a kernel dump. See

Fwd: Activating Suspend/Resume on FreeBSD 10.1

2015-01-29 Thread Mohammad Najafi
Dear Members: I would be grateful if you help me with activating ​suspend/resume on my laptop running FreeBSD 10.1. According to the hardware info by my openSuSE linux it should be an Atheros bluetooth. ​openSuSE ​ Linux nicely supports ​suspend or sleep and resume on my laptop. However, I

Re: Fwd: Activating Suspend/Resume on FreeBSD 10.1

2015-01-29 Thread Adrian Chadd
Hi, Please try a freebsd-head snapshot and see if that resolves your issue. The fixes may not have been backported. Thanks! -a On 29 January 2015 at 07:07, Anthony Jenkins anthony.b.jenk...@att.net wrote: On 01/29/2015 08:42 AM, Mohammad Najafi wrote: Dear Members: acpiconf -s 3 results

Re: Fwd: Activating Suspend/Resume on FreeBSD 10.1

2015-01-29 Thread Mohammad Najafi
Hi, I have tried FreeBSD 10.1 boot image and it almost works nicely. However, my installed FreeBSD 10.1 does not suspend and gives kernel panic as you can see in the attached kernel log (lines 265 to 313). Thanks, M.Najafi On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 6:02 PM, Adrian Chadd adr...@freebsd.org wrote:

Re: Fwd: Activating Suspend/Resume on FreeBSD 10.1

2015-01-29 Thread Anthony Jenkins
Ahhh... good ol' VESA driver: Jan 29 23:06:57 MyBSD kernel: Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode Jan 29 23:06:57 MyBSD kernel: cpuid = 0; apic id = 00 Jan 29 23:06:57 MyBSD kernel: fault virtual address= 0x378 Jan 29 23:06:57 MyBSD kernel: fault code=