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Re: suspend/resume event
On Tue, 31 Jan 2006 13:01:49 -0800
Nate Lawson <nate@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Manfred Lotz wrote:
> > Hmmh. I got compile errors then. However with hw.ata.atapi_dma set
> > to 0 I could boot the 7.0 system and test it.
> > First of all: Your code did work, i.e. the kern/power/resume event
> > gets triggered and I could call a script.
> > However, what confuses me is that the power button triggers
> > the /etc/rc.resume in some cases (2. and 3. below) without using
> > your code.
> > 1. hw.acpi.sleep_button_state=S3 and no Button event
> > in /etc/devd.conf
> > When suspending (Fn-ESC) and resuming (Power button)
> > neither /etc/rc.suspend nor /etc/rc.resume gets called.
> The kern/power/resume devd event should be delivered, no matter what
> the mechanism used to suspend/resume. It should even work for apm,
> if you were using that.
Sorry, I wasn't clear here. When I said "no Button event in devd.conf"
I meant the event isn't captured in devd.conf. The event itself took
place of course as could be seen by starting devd in debug mode.
> > 3. hw.acpi.sleep_button_state=NONE and Button event
> > in /etc/devd.conf is activated
> > 3. seems to be the best option.,
> I see no need for you to run rc.suspend. To restart moused, you just
> need rc.resume.
I'm using rc.suspend to shutdown the wireless NIC iwi0.