Problem with resume from suspend with rt73usb

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newton

28-04-2009 18:37:47

I'm using a rt73usb based DeLock 95801 mini PCI Express ID 18e86229 in a Lenovo IdeaPad S10e, vanilla 2.6.29.

Unfortunately, the patch posted in this[/url213e5yqh] Thread does not help here - machine does not resume from suspend.

The wlan led keeps blinking as it does when the firmware is not yet loaded and the machine hangs, display not activated.

Machine has no serial port, so I cannot see if there is any information on console.

IvD

28-04-2009 18:45:23

You mean that the machine will not resume at all, or only the interface isn't working after the resume?

newton

28-04-2009 20:54:36

You mean that the machine will not resume at all, or only the interface isn't working after the resume?[/quote140fzi0a]

Machine freezes at all. No reaction to caps lock or ctrl-alt-del, no hard disc activity (started ls -lR / before suspend to test that).


EDIT Now running 2.6.29.2. Unloading rt73usb before suspending works (but is, of course, no real solution - unloading worked before 2.6.29.2 also).

IvD

29-04-2009 07:19:11

Ok, that means you have a completely different issue then the topic you referred to.
I really need a backtrace from after the resume action, otherwise I can't tell what part is upsetting it.

But could you try at least
- disabling rfkill support
- disabling LED support
- disabling debugfs support

This should reduce the number of components, and rule out problems in those parts.

newton

30-04-2009 06:00:14

But could you try at least
- disabling rfkill support[...]
This should reduce the number of components, and rule out problems in those parts.[/quoteuw83t02n]


Unfortunately, no - makes no difference.

Any Ideas, how I could produce a useful backtrace or other useful information? Machine has only VGA, Ethernet and USB connectors - all of them most likely disabled when the freeze happens.