Hi J?rgen, Thanks for informing this problem. I took notice of it and will test/investigate in our new code. This would be a very importance issue, so thanks again. I will give you an update once we come out of a new version.
Regards, Aaron On 11/10/08 18:52, J?rgen Keil wrote: > On my Tecra S1 laptop, running the experimental Xorg server with > vt console support, I noticed that Xorg loses access to the > /dev/srn device after switching from Xorg gui to a text console and back > to Xorg: > > After Xorg is started I see: > > # pfiles `pgrep Xorg` | grep srn > /devices/pseudo/srn at 0:srn > > After switching to a text console and back to Xorg > the /dev/srn file isn't open any more: > > # pfiles `pgrep Xorg` | grep srn > # > > > > This is a problem if we now suspend the system, because > Xorg won't notice that the system is going to be suspended, > and doesn't save the state of the video hardware. After a > resume, the state of the gui video hardware is corrupted and > the laptop must be power cycled. -- You know some birds are not meant to be caged, their feathers are just too bright.