[mythtv-users] kernel 2.6.26 and acpi wakeup problem [fixed]
gilbert.drew at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 14:02:34 UTC 2008
Chris Simmons wrote:
> David Rees wrote:
>> On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 10:03 PM, Alexander Petkov <greenkov at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> After switching to 2.6.26 acpi wakeup doesn't work anymore.
>>> Do any myth users run vanilla 2.6.26 and use acpi wakeup successfully?
>>> In my case, reverting back to a previous kernel version has acpi
>>> wakeup working as it should.
>> Bumping an old thread -- a while back my frontend stopped waking up
>> automatically, I'm 98% certain that it stopped when I upgraded the
>> machine to a 2.6.26 kernel - it all worked OK before that (as long as
>> I didn't run hwclock to set the time when shutting down - had to edit
>> the shutdown script).
>> Anyone debug this issue yet? I haven't had a chance to dig into it so
>> I've been leaving the frontend on...
> I've had this problem on an Asus M2NPV-VM mobo. It was working fine
> using rtc and now it doesn't wake up. I figured it could be this bug:-
> Bummer. So I'm sitting here hoping it gets fixed on the next kernel
> release (I'm on fedora 9).
> I might be wrong but it sounds suspiciously similar :)
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I have the same mobo as you, I have just tested rtc wakeup on 2.6.27
(Arch Linux) and it works perfectly again! Definitely seems to be a bug
with 2.6.26 as it worked fine with 2.6.25 :)
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