------- Additional Comments From lista1@... 2006-11-18 05:28 -------
"anything sound-related. Suspend to disk is all OK, however. This is some kind
of a lowlevel PCI problem."
Nope. The act of booting restored sound to its proper state.
I can however not verify/test anything nowadays. The system back then was
extremely 'clean' and barebone with only the kernel being constantly upgraded.
A couple of weeks ago I installed ubuntu 6.10 (but chucked their slow kernel in
favour of 2.6.19-rc5). Trying suspend ram/disk today revealed that _nothing_
works. Black screen when to disk but no shutdown. Power off when suspend to ram,
but black screen on resume (from inside X).
I'll probably have to tinker quite a lot to get anything working now, and it's
not high on my todo-list - primarily because _sound does not work after resume_
(through speakers ;-) To me that is a serious show-stopper.
So please, don't ask me to perform anything in the near future. I'll have
nothing to add. The history and details are all listed above.
2.6.19-rc5 is the last dysfunctional that I can confirm, right now.
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