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swampfox
I have installed OZ 3.5.4.1 Alpha1 on the 3200, but experience a problem with suspend. After reboot suspend works just one time, after the first resume OS
refuses to get suspended again, here is dmesg:

Stopping tasks: =====================================|
hub 1-0:1.0: error -16
Could not suspend device 1-0:1.0: error -16
Some devices failed to suspend
Restarting tasks... done

And the system continues to work. Here is /proc/version if it matters:
Linux version 2.6.15-3.5.4.1-alpha1 (richard@sam) (gcc version 3.4.4) PREEMPT Mon Mar 20 07:55:10 GMT 2006


It seems to me the kernel is unable to suspend HDD ? I don't have any card inserted in slots.
Any ideas ?
enodr
Suspend works fine on mine but reboot doesn't (system just hangs).
rpurdie
QUOTE(swampfox @ Apr 9 2006, 09:04 PM)
I have installed OZ 3.5.4.1 Alpha1 on the 3200, but experience a problem with suspend. After reboot suspend works just one time, after the first resume OS
refuses to get suspended again, here is dmesg:

Stopping tasks: =====================================|
hub 1-0:1.0: error -16
Could not suspend device 1-0:1.0: error -16
Some devices failed to suspend
Restarting tasks... done

And the system continues to work. Here is /proc/version if it matters:
Linux version 2.6.15-3.5.4.1-alpha1 (richard@sam) (gcc version 3.4.4) PREEMPT Mon Mar 20 07:55:10 GMT 2006


It seems to me the kernel is unable to suspend HDD ? I don't have any card inserted in slots.
Any ideas ?
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Could you try removing all the usb modules before suspending/resuming? (rmmod ohci_hcd, pxa27x_udc and any usb related ones). This doesn't look like the HDD but more like some USB module issue.

Richard
rpurdie
QUOTE(enodr @ Apr 10 2006, 01:05 PM)
Suspend works fine on mine but reboot doesn't (system just hangs).
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Does this happen for every reboot or just occasionally?

Richard
enodr
QUOTE(rpurdie @ Apr 10 2006, 06:00 AM)
QUOTE(enodr @ Apr 10 2006, 01:05 PM)
Suspend works fine on mine but reboot doesn't (system just hangs).
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Does this happen for every reboot or just occasionally?

Richard
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Ok I have done some more testing, in fact the problem was with the "Logout" shortcut in the start menu, not the shutdown. I have installed 3.5.4.1Beta1 only yesterday and it happened once (only tried twice). That was just after having finished the install. I will post again here it it happens again.
swampfox
QUOTE(enodr @ Apr 10 2006, 05:05 AM)
Suspend works fine on mine but reboot doesn't (system just hangs).
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Are you sure it hangs ? Issuing "reboot" or "shutdown -r now" on mine one,
acts the same way as "poweroff".
May be you just need to press On/Off button ?

PS Oops. Correction: "poweroff" hangs the system. Try "reboot" or "shutdown -r now" to actually power off.
swampfox
Cool. You are absolutely right. The bastard was "ohci_hcd".
rmmod ohci_hcd
fixes the problem immediately.

Is there any way to bug report this problem ? Just not sure
about the best destination.


QUOTE(rpurdie @ Apr 10 2006, 05:59 AM)
Could you try removing all the usb modules before suspending/resuming? (rmmod ohci_hcd, pxa27x_udc and any usb related ones). This doesn't look like the HDD but more like some USB module issue.

Richard
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enodr
Mine shut froze while doing a shutdown (from within OPIE, not command line). I didn't try to desactivate the wired ethernet card before trying the shutdown. Maybe that's the reason.
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