Description of Problem:
I am an IBM X21 with RedHat 7.1 installed.
1) If I put the machine to a standby, after waking up from a standy by, I
get this message:
kernel: ide_dmaproc: shipset supported ide_dma_lostirq func only: 13
kernel: hda: lost interrupt
2) If I put the machine to a suspend, it will never wake up, and I have to
Steps to Reproduce: (as described above)
Actual Results: (as described above)
BIOS bug or hardware bug.
HDPARM_AT_SUSPEND="-q -X0 -q c0 -q d0 -q -u0 -q -S0"
This workaround is sufficient for most (but not all) broken BIOSes,
controllers and disks.
Yes, I tried that, but didn't work!
Then there's nothing we can do about it - ask the manufacturer to fix up their
BIOS or hardware.
I ran win2000 under the same machine, and never ran into suspend/standby
problem. Why would the manufactor change their BIOS just for LINUX? It is
people like you and attitude like yours that make LINUX always a SECONDARY