Description of problem:
Yep, you can certainly expect a lot of fresh issues when trying to install on a
new laptop model (see some of my other reports of today...) This time it's a
SatellitePro 6100, and one of the things that doesn't work is apm suspend; it
seems to leave the system in a state half way between normal execution and
suspend, and nothing but power-off changes it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. apm -s
Screen goes blank.
System insensitive to input.
LEDs do not show "suspend" indication, and resume via power-button does not work.
System log has
Mar 13 19:50:11 daf dhcpcd: terminating on signal 15
Mar 13 19:50:11 daf network: Shutting down interface eth0: succeeded
Mar 13 19:50:11 daf network: Shutting down loopback interface: succeeded
Mar 13 19:50:12 daf /etc/hotplug/net.agent: NET unregister event not supported
Mar 13 19:57:44 daf kernel: apm: busy: Parameter out of range
Mar 13 19:58:18 daf last message repeated 6 times
Mar 13 19:59:20 daf last message repeated 11 times
Mar 13 20:00:22 daf last message repeated 11 times
Mar 13 20:00:39 daf last message repeated 3 times
Mar 13 20:00:43 daf rwhod: sendto(<address supressed>.255): Network is
or similar repeated a number of times (probably contiually until the power is
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