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Ramón Gutiérrez wrote:
> im using Acpi i think. BTW i just uninstalled it.
> On 7/16/05, *Zac Medico* <zmedico@...
> <mailto:zmedico@...>> wrote:
> Ramón Gutiérrez wrote:
> > i got the same problem here with my a75. That problem only happen in
> > Gentoo for me, i tried Debian, Slack, Ubuntu, mandrake and in
> all of
> > them it worked nice so i dont know how to get it in Gentoo.
> > ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> > From: *Ian K* <omega_2_1@... <mailto:omega_2_1@...>
> <mailto: omega_2_1@... <mailto:omega_2_1@...>>>
> > Date: Jul 4, 2005 6:38 PM
> > Subject: [gentoo-laptop] Toshiba A70 Restart Problem
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Hi there,
> > I had Gentoo on my laptop for a while, but then I had to format
> the drive.
> > Im of course putting Gentoo back on, but was wondering about
> > Whenever I restarted the computer under Linux, a restart just
> didn't happen.
> > It would shutdown fine, but just before the BIOS splash screen
> pops up,
> > the monitor
> > would go off(?) and the keyboard lights did not respond. (Caps
> lock). I
> > would have to
> > turn the laptop off with the power button and turn it on again.
> Kind of
> > a pain.
> > Do you know how to resolve this next time around?
> > Ian
> That sounds like it's related to the power management features of
> your kernels. Are you guys using apm or acpi?
> email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> mailing
> Ramon Gutierrez
Im on ACPI. I haven't been too devoted to the standby thing though, but
I really do want
it working eventually. Im on Kernel 2.6.11-gentoo-r11