Description of problem:
I've got HP nx7400 laptop which has some problem with ACPI (system cannot get
battery state and few other troubles). The known workaround is to unload psmouse
module before shutdown, but fedora core kernel doesn't have psmouse as module,
it's compiled into kernel directly. If it were as module, I wouldn't have to
compile my own kernel and it would save me some work...
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
psmouse as kernel module
I have an HP nc8430 which suffers from the same problem, as do most newer HP
compaq notebooks, as it seems. I could not yet use the psmouse trick, since
psmouse is not a module. It is essential for HP notebook users, since otherwise
many features such as some keys, cpu scaling etc. do not work. Of course,
investigating the issue (something to do with DSDT tables, I have read) and
solving it would be even better.
Indeed, a better fix would be to figure out *why* having this module loaded
causes this behaviour. Unloading a module to fix something isn't really a solution.
Please attach your /proc/acpi/dsdt from the affected system.
Adding the Intel ACPI guys to Cc.
I think this was fixed recently. Can the reporters test at least
kernel 2.6.20-1.2925.fc6? Even better would be to wait for 2933
to show up in testing soon, as it has most of 184.108.40.206 in it.
With 2.6.20-1.2925.fc6 it seems to be fixed. At least it correctly displays
power state, remaining battery charge and CPU scales to maximal frequency.
I'm not able to resume from suspend with kernel-2.6.20-1.3023.fc7 on HP Compaq
NX7400, and AFAIK never been. This is rawhide/development.
Adding link to the resolved issue in Novell bugzilla, but it does not seem like
the patches has been upstreamed yet.
(In reply to comment #5)
> I'm not able to resume from suspend with kernel-2.6.20-1.3023.fc7 on HP Compaq
> NX7400, and AFAIK never been. This is rawhide/development.
> Adding link to the resolved issue in Novell bugzilla, but it does not seem like
> the patches has been upstreamed yet.
Where's the link?
As a external bugzilla reference at the bottom:
The reporter says the bug is fixed for him. Bugs against devel/FC7 need to be
reported separately. Closing this one.
It was not the original poster that confirmed that bug is fixed. The reason why
the original poster want's to unload the module is explained in Novells
bugzilla, including the fix.
Original poster confirmed the fix in comment #4. And the fix that went in is
the exact one referenced in the Novell bugzilla -- psmouse does not need to be
built as a module with that applied.
I've been using kernel with the fix since my last comment and everything is
working. So I don't need to unload psmouse anymore.