[ltp] Kernel 2.6.0 on t40
Bradley W. Langhorst
Fri, 19 Dec 2003 13:08:58 -0500
On Fri, 2003-12-19 at 10:31, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> When I disable the touchpad, it boots ok (but without it!). Adding
> the kernel option (psmouse_ext) at boot time doesn't help.
no idea bout this one
> 2. I don't really understand suspend/resume with ACPI: by default
> 2.6 starts acpid,
uh no it doesn't - the kernel doesn't do that
you'll have to mount the new sys file system
just copy the proc line in your /etc/fstab and change stuff to sys
then you'll be able to do those echos.
you'll also have to configure acpid to tell it what you want it to do
see your distributions docs on that.
in debian there is a template for how to write the /etc/acpid files
i got it to suspend and resume okay with acpi but the madwifi drivers
behave badly with acpi running so i switched back to apm
(ie boot with acpi=off)
Bradley W. Langhorst <email@example.com>