Sean O'Connell <sean@stat.Duke.EDU> probably said:
> Peter Radcliffe stated:
> : if pcm were a loadable module we might be able to unload and reload it,
> : a'la OSS, but I can't see any way to reset the audio sub-system.
> It is in -current ... just not sure if it is unloadable :)
Hrrrm. I still can't find any way to reset the audio subsystem.
> : The only usb issue I'm still having is the floppy drive; unless I have
> : it plugged it when I boot the machine it doesn't give me a scsi disk
> : entry.
> Hmmm... is usbd running? is it waking up on the resume?
Yes and yes.
The umass0 lines are being printed by usbd. Killing usbd and restarting
it doesn't change the behavior.
This looks like a bug in the driver for the floppy drive, since a usb
mouse works fine before or after a suspend. Something not getting
initialised when the bios doesn't init the floppy at boot time ?
(which the bios will have to do, since it has to try to boot from the
> Yep. Good luck with that ... too bad partition magic doesn't grok
> FreeBSD partitions (or too bad there is no native tool for moving
> partitions around ).
Partitions all shuffled. I have a (thanks to mike's pointer) correctly
created suspend to disk partition which works fine with FreeBSD (and
even suspends/resumes a lot faster than my 128Mb 505TR did).
The only two issues left are the usb floppy when it isn't initialised
by the bios and the audio failing after a resume.
So, any reason why those usb and fxp patches havn't been merged ? Can
some other people test them to check they don't break other
laptops/desktops ? They don't seem to affect the fxp interface on my
desktop box here (I havn't set up usb on that machine).
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