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Re: Suspend/sleep/hibernate on Dell i8200 with FC2



On Wed, 2004-06-16 at 12:44, D. D. Brierton wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-06-16 at 20:34, Ow Mun Heng wrote:
> > No and actually, You can't
> 
> I though as much. I guess I won't know which to disable until I
> investigate the options further.

Actually, based on this user's experience (googled -> Linux + inspiron
8200)

http://jpstrand.homeip.net/user/delli8200/delli8200.html

APM works better than acpi. Suspending works using APM compared to ACPI.

So...
> 
> > It's enabled for it. but only 1 is working. Usually for FC(1 | 2) you
> > have to pass acpi=on as a kernel parameter before acpi kicks in.
> 
> I think that I read that in FC2 acpi=on is the default, and that you
> actually have to specifically switch it off with acpi=off. Can someone
> confirm that?

Hmm.. try this.. I may be wrong, see if you get anyhing under 

/proc/acpi

If you're using acpi, that might be there. Else, maybe you're using apm




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