Re: recent apm changes (FYI)

1999-09-03 Thread Oscar Bonilla
On Thu, Sep 02, 1999 at 10:21:14PM -0600, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Oscar Bonilla writes: : Sep 2 08:43:28 voyager pccardd[24601]: No free configuration for card 3Com : : Then I kill pccardd and restart it and I get: : : ep0: No connectors or MII. : ep0: [*UTP*]

Re: recent apm changes (FYI)

1999-09-03 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Oscar Bonilla writes: : Aug. 27th. Want me to make world again? I also have a 3C589D and it happens : with it too. No. Aug 27 is new enough to be good. I'm swamped right now with a dozen other things at the moment, but if you could write me in about a week I'd be

Re: recent apm changes (FYI)

1999-09-03 Thread Oscar Bonilla
On Fri, Sep 03, 1999 at 09:33:29AM -0600, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Oscar Bonilla writes: : Aug. 27th. Want me to make world again? I also have a 3C589D and it happens : with it too. No. Aug 27 is new enough to be good. I'm swamped right now with a dozen other

recent apm changes (FYI)

1999-09-02 Thread Oscar Bonilla
I have a Vaio PCG-505FX, and first of all let me tell you guys that the recent apm changes are working great. I can use both the suspend and hibernate functions without a problem. There's just one weird thing going on that I'd like you to know about, if someone gives me instructions on how

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-21 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
plm If I use 'zzz', I have to do the known 'sleep 1; zzz' trick. This is plm the difference. I'll commit the patch for `key release event prevent suspend' problem if no objections. Thanks a lot! To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-21 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
Sorry to late... plm Now suspend works. However still the disks keep spinning until they plm reach their BIOS timeout. In Linux Windows, there is some hook when plm going to suspend mode that spins down the (IDE) disks. This is nice, plm since it is well possible that you go to suspend but do

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-16 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
Hi, I got ASUS P2B M/B ATX case and assembled new box yesterday. With my patch, new box successfully transit into suspend state. There is no sounds from CPU fun, chassis fun and IDE HDD spin (powered down by BIOS setting, Power management setup - PM Timers - HDD Power Down: 1 Min.). The

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-16 Thread Peter Mutsaers
"MI" == Mitsuru IWASAKI [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: MI Hi, MI I got ASUS P2B M/B ATX case and assembled new box yesterday. With MI my patch, new box successfully transit into suspend state. There is MI no sounds from CPU fun, chassis fun and IDE HDD spin (powered down by

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-16 Thread Peter Mutsaers
Followup: I decided to upgrade my P2B BIOS version. I had 1005, went to 1010. This made a difference! Now suspend works. However still the disks keep spinning until they reach their BIOS timeout. In Linux Windows, there is some hook when going to suspend mode that spins down the (IDE) disks.

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-15 Thread Peter Mutsaers
"MS" == Mike Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: "MS" == Mike Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Then after 5 seconds the screen blanks, the power light starts flashing (indicating suspend mode), but when I hit a key, the console says (slept 00:00:02) only, and programs

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-14 Thread Peter Mutsaers
"MS" == Mike Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Then after 5 seconds the screen blanks, the power light starts flashing (indicating suspend mode), but when I hit a key, the console says (slept 00:00:02) only, and programs in fact continued running (thus it didn't go or remain

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-14 Thread Mike Smith
"MS" == Mike Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Then after 5 seconds the screen blanks, the power light starts flashing (indicating suspend mode), but when I hit a key, the console says (slept 00:00:02) only, and programs in fact continued running (thus it didn't go or

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-12 Thread Peter Mutsaers
"MI" == Mitsuru IWASAKI [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: MI Please try this patch. MI If it still fails, it's worth to try increasing APM_SUSPEND_DELAY, MI something like: MI #define APM_SUSPEND_DELAY 3 Alas, it doesn't make a difference. I tried too with APM_SUSPEND_DELAY 5. What I

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-12 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
Hi, MI Please try this patch. MI If it still fails, it's worth to try increasing APM_SUSPEND_DELAY, MI something like: MI #define APM_SUSPEND_DELAY 3 Alas, it doesn't make a difference. H. OK, I'll buy new mather board same one as yours and investigate what's happend

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-11 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
Hi, Oh, do you have suspend button on your box? Cool. On my poor experience, suspeding by hot-keys easier to success than by zzz(8). On this point I can report the oppposite experience, on my machine (a no name special) the trackpad tends to lock up if touched between power

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-11 Thread Nate Williams
APM Spec. v1.2 Appendix D - APM Driver Considerations - FWIW, the wording here is almost the same as the previous specifications. When an APM connection exists, the APM BIOS transitions into System Standby and System Suspend states only when directed to do so by a call from the APM

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-11 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
Hi, Nate. I'm sorry if my poor english troubled you. We should have no problems responding in this amount of time in FreeBSD, since we don't (didn't used to?) have any code that should cause significant delay in responding. My understanding on system suspend code in FreeBSD is that once APM

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-10 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mitsuru IWASAKI writes: : + error = DEVICE_SUSPEND(root_bus); : + /* : + * XXX Shouldn't ignore the error like this, but should : + * instead fix the newbus code. Until that happens, : + * I'm doing this

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-09 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
plm In contract, if I suspend in Linux of Windows, the computer shuts up plm immediateley and is quiet. Only sometimes there is a (not too loud) plm little fan (I think it is the CPU fan) running for a few more minutes. I've read Linux code (v2.2.9) closely, noticed they put cli before APM BIOS

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-09 Thread Nate Williams
plm In contract, if I suspend in Linux of Windows, the computer shuts up plm immediateley and is quiet. Only sometimes there is a (not too loud) plm little fan (I think it is the CPU fan) running for a few more minutes. I've read Linux code (v2.2.9) closely, noticed they put cli before

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-09 Thread Mike Smith
As far as the segment registers, we do an explicit save of them already when we switch into VM86 mode, so it should be necessary to save them twice. VM86 mode is only used to enable APM; after that we are using the 32-bit protected mode interface. -- \\ The mind's the standard \\

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-09 Thread Nate Williams
As far as the segment registers, we do an explicit save of them already when we switch into VM86 mode, so it should be necessary to save them twice. VM86 mode is only used to enable APM; after that we are using the 32-bit protected mode interface. Ahh... In the old code, we used to

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-09 Thread Peter Mutsaers
"MI" == Mitsuru IWASAKI [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: plm In contract, if I suspend in Linux of Windows, the computer shuts up plm immediateley and is quiet. Only sometimes there is a (not too loud) plm little fan (I think it is the CPU fan) running for a few more minutes. MI I've

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-09 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Peter Mutsaers writes: : it, but I got suspicious because I'm running setiathome which accesses : the harddrive occasionally, and even during suspend mode I heard the : typical HDD sound sometimes. When I had my Libreto 50CT, I found that apm -Z (put into standby)

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-09 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
Hi, MI I've read Linux code (v2.2.9) closely, noticed they put cli MI before APM BIOS call and save restore segment registers. I MI suspect these two (or only cli?) affect the suspending state. MI To clarify, could you try attached patches (for MI

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-08 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
Hi, In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Eric Hodel writes: : I've got a -current machine (no cvsups in a few months) that wakes up : immediately after suspending. (sleeps 0 seconds) Hmmm, some laptops will wakeup on a keyboard interrupt. The interrupt that is waking you up may be the key up

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-08 Thread Peter Mutsaers
"MI" == Mitsuru IWASAKI [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: PAO has a small sleep in the apm driver, while -current didn't the last time I looked. MI OK, I'll work on this. MI To Peter Mutsaers: MI Could you try following command to suspend and see any improvements? MI %

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-05 Thread Jonathan Lemon
In article local.mail.freebsd-current/[EMAIL PROTECTED] you write: In FreeBSD, when I activate suspend mode, I see the light on my computer blinking, indicating it has gone into suspend mode, but still there is no reduction in noise whatsoever. The disks keep spinning, the CPU fan (or whatever)

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-05 Thread Eric Hodel
Peter Mutsaers wrote: Hello, After Linux I gave FreeBSD a try again, when I saw some improvements to APM had been committed. I hoped for a real suspend mode, but alas. Now I'm wondering what makes the difference, and whether I could do it myself. Let me explain: I run my (desktop)