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> Suspend Crashes, Does suspend work for you on OpenBSD?
ddpbsd
post Oct 19 2006, 09:30 AM
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The latest snapshot totally bails for me (booting bsd.rd). Looks like it may (and I don't know what I'm doing wink.gif) be related to recent disklabel work.
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jpmatrix
post Oct 23 2006, 06:42 AM
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QUOTE(fquindos @ May 20 2006, 09:20 PM)
Hello. I have consistent crashes when suspending for more than a few minutes. It doesn't matter if I click the power button, use "apm -S", "zzz" or close the lid with lidsuspend=1. Pressing the power button after it has been suspended for a short while works, but I get console messages saying, for example

wd0e: aborted command writing fsbn 5248 of 5248-5251 (wd0 bn 1562608; cn ...
wd0: soft error (corrected)

However, if I let the Zaurus sleep for 15 - 30 minutes, after pressing the power button the disk drive (green led) comes up, but the display remains black and the keyboard doesn't work. I need to do a reset.

Does anyone have any suggestion? Does it work for you?

By the way, I have a 3200 and an OpenBSD 3.9 snapshot. It also happened with 3.9-release and a prerelease snapshot.

Thank you,
Francisco
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well,
i've just tried to suspend with my 4.0beta-slc3000 and :
-apm -S : does nothing (!!)
-zzz : error message = cannot connect to apmd
-power button : works! then i waited for 1 minute then i tried to switch on the Z and i 'd the same wd0 error messsage like you but it worked! right now i'm trying to suspend it for 1 hour and i'll see if it switchs on again smile.gif

see you soon
(hope!)

ps: apm tells me "91% batt remaining" .... the zaurus is not power connected.
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ddpbsd
post Oct 23 2006, 06:45 AM
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QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Oct 23 2006, 09:42 AM)
well,
i've just tried to suspend with my 4.0beta-slc3000 and :
-apm -S : does nothing (!!)
-zzz : error message = cannot connect to apmd
-power button : works! then i waited for 1 minute then i tried to switch on the Z and i 'd the same wd0 error messsage like you but it worked! right now i'm trying to suspend it for 1 hour and i'll see if it switchs on again smile.gif

see you soon
(hope!)

ps: apm tells me "91% batt remaining" .... the zaurus is not power connected.
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If apmd is not running the zzz command will not work. I haven't tried apmd with the snap I'm running, but after reinstalling (3.9 then updating to the latest snap) suspend is finally working for me again...
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TronDD
post Oct 23 2006, 06:05 PM
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I had the same problem booting the 4.0 snap bsd.rd. I ended up going to 3.9 release. Guess I'll try 4.0 again now.
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jpmatrix
post Oct 24 2006, 04:59 AM
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QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Oct 23 2006, 04:42 PM)
QUOTE(fquindos @ May 20 2006, 09:20 PM)
Hello. I have consistent crashes when suspending for more than a few minutes. It doesn't matter if I click the power button, use "apm -S", "zzz" or close the lid with lidsuspend=1. Pressing the power button after it has been suspended for a short while works, but I get console messages saying, for example

wd0e: aborted command writing fsbn 5248 of 5248-5251 (wd0 bn 1562608; cn ...
wd0: soft error (corrected)

However, if I let the Zaurus sleep for 15 - 30 minutes, after pressing the power button the disk drive (green led) comes up, but the display remains black and the keyboard doesn't work. I need to do a reset.

Does anyone have any suggestion? Does it work for you?

By the way, I have a 3200 and an OpenBSD 3.9 snapshot. It also happened with 3.9-release and a prerelease snapshot.

Thank you,
Francisco
*


well,
i've just tried to suspend with my 4.0beta-slc3000 and :
-apm -S : does nothing (!!)
-zzz : error message = cannot connect to apmd
-power button : works! then i waited for 1 minute then i tried to switch on the Z and i 'd the same wd0 error messsage like you but it worked! right now i'm trying to suspend it for 1 hour and i'll see if it switchs on again smile.gif

see you soon
(hope!)

ps: apm tells me "91% batt remaining" .... the zaurus is not power connected.
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hello again
i woke up my 4.0 openbsd zaurus this morning and it sent me en error message then it felt into debug mode !!!
i found a "boot reboot" command to reboot, i didn't find a 'quit' command...
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jpmatrix
post May 6 2007, 12:24 AM
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hi
yesterday night i started some compilation and i turned off the screen via this command:

wsconsctl display.backlight=0

this morning i could not find any way to resume the Zaurus... it ended up with hard battery removal...any idea?
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ZDevil
post May 6 2007, 01:10 AM
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I also run into issues of apm:
-- closing the lid (with the setting in /etc/sysctl.conf): fails to resume; screen remains dark; but it is surely on because Ctrl-Alt-BS will kill X.
-- pressing the power button to suspend: [EDITED: just tested again. it seems to work now. need more testing ... rolleyes.gif ]
-- It seems running apmd and suspending with "zzz" works fine so far, although it did fail a couple of times also.

About apm:
How can i check the exact percentage of battery power? i type apm and it keeps saying the battery is 100% all the time both with and without AC.

Thanks! smile.gif

This post has been edited by ZDevil: May 6 2007, 01:19 AM
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mathemajikian
post May 6 2007, 02:54 AM
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QUOTE(jpmatrix @ May 6 2007, 08:24 AM)
hi
yesterday night i started some compilation and i turned off the screen via this command:

wsconsctl display.backlight=0
this morning i could not find any way to resume the Zaurus... it ended up with hard battery removal...any idea?

Did you reissue the following command?

wsconsctl display.backlight=100
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jpmatrix
post May 6 2007, 09:06 AM
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QUOTE(mathemajikian @ May 6 2007, 12:54 PM)
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ May 6 2007, 08:24 AM)
hi
yesterday night i started some compilation and i turned off the screen via this command:

wsconsctl display.backlight=0
this morning i could not find any way to resume the Zaurus... it ended up with hard battery removal...any idea?

Did you reissue the following command?

wsconsctl display.backlight=100
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do you mean i've to type that command each type i typed the =0 one ??? isn't it automatic as you type any key or use the stylus?
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mathemajikian
post May 6 2007, 10:01 AM
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QUOTE(jpmatrix @ May 6 2007, 05:06 PM)
QUOTE(mathemajikian @ May 6 2007, 12:54 PM)
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ May 6 2007, 08:24 AM)
hi
yesterday night i started some compilation and i turned off the screen via this command:

wsconsctl display.backlight=0
this morning i could not find any way to resume the Zaurus... it ended up with hard battery removal...any idea?

Did you reissue the following command?

wsconsctl display.backlight=100

do you mean i've to type that command each type i typed the =0 one ??? isn't it automatic as you type any key or use the stylus?

wsconsctl display.backlight=0 turns the LCD back light off. To turn the back light back on you'll have to issue the inverse command wsconsctl display.backlight=100. Pressing random keys or tapping the LCD screen with the stylus will not result in the LCD back light turning back on.
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jpmatrix
post May 6 2007, 10:36 AM
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QUOTE(mathemajikian @ May 6 2007, 08:01 PM)
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ May 6 2007, 05:06 PM)
QUOTE(mathemajikian @ May 6 2007, 12:54 PM)
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ May 6 2007, 08:24 AM)
hi
yesterday night i started some compilation and i turned off the screen via this command:

wsconsctl display.backlight=0
this morning i could not find any way to resume the Zaurus... it ended up with hard battery removal...any idea?

Did you reissue the following command?

wsconsctl display.backlight=100

do you mean i've to type that command each type i typed the =0 one ??? isn't it automatic as you type any key or use the stylus?

wsconsctl display.backlight=0 turns the LCD back light off. To turn the back light back on you'll have to issue the inverse command wsconsctl display.backlight=100. Pressing random keys or tapping the LCD screen with the stylus will not result in the LCD back light turning back on.
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okay!
so that should be specified in that tip&tricks pages :

http://exit3.i-55.com/%7Exikon/zaurustipsandtricks.html
http://planetofidiots.com/zaurus/#afterboot
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Meanie
post May 6 2007, 10:50 AM
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QUOTE(jpmatrix @ May 7 2007, 04:36 AM)
QUOTE(mathemajikian @ May 6 2007, 08:01 PM)
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ May 6 2007, 05:06 PM)
QUOTE(mathemajikian @ May 6 2007, 12:54 PM)
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ May 6 2007, 08:24 AM)
hi
yesterday night i started some compilation and i turned off the screen via this command:

wsconsctl display.backlight=0
this morning i could not find any way to resume the Zaurus... it ended up with hard battery removal...any idea?

Did you reissue the following command?

wsconsctl display.backlight=100

do you mean i've to type that command each type i typed the =0 one ??? isn't it automatic as you type any key or use the stylus?

wsconsctl display.backlight=0 turns the LCD back light off. To turn the back light back on you'll have to issue the inverse command wsconsctl display.backlight=100. Pressing random keys or tapping the LCD screen with the stylus will not result in the LCD back light turning back on.
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okay!
so that should be specified in that tip&tricks pages :

http://exit3.i-55.com/%7Exikon/zaurustipsandtricks.html
http://planetofidiots.com/zaurus/#afterboot
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that makes sense, it sounds logical, but isn't very user friendly sad.gif
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post May 6 2007, 10:59 AM
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QUOTE(jpmatrix @ May 6 2007, 06:36 PM)


Done.
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post May 6 2007, 12:39 PM
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Here is what i got more than once when the Z fails to resume:

CODE
wdc0:0:0:  not ready, st = 0x88<BSD,DRQ>, err = 0x00
wdc0 channel 0: reset failed for drive 0
wd0f : device timeout reading fsbn 156672 of 156672-0 (wd0 bn 7791264 cn 7729 tn 6 sn 54)


It seems that resuming in X works better than in console. Maybe i am wrong.

Also does the close-lip-to-suspend thing involve both suspend and turning off the lcd?
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mathemajikian
post May 6 2007, 02:15 PM
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QUOTE(ZDevil @ May 6 2007, 08:39 PM)
Here is what i got more than once when the Z fails to resume:

CODE
wdc0:0:0:  not ready, st = 0x88<BSD,DRQ>, err = 0x00
wdc0 channel 0: reset failed for drive 0
wd0f : device timeout reading fsbn 156672 of 156672-0 (wd0 bn 7791264 cn 7729 tn 6 sn 54)


It seems that resuming in X works better than in console. Maybe i am wrong.

Also does the close-lip-to-suspend thing involve both suspend and turning off the lcd?
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What does your /etc/fstab look like? Have you enable the microdrives cache?
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