13.1.0 release candidate 2 (build 21) released
pgf at laptop.org
Wed Jan 2 15:12:58 EST 2013
> On Wed, 2013-01-02 at 14:56 -0500, Paul Fox wrote:
> > jerry wrote:
> > > On Sun, 2012-12-30 at 12:42 +0000, Daniel Drake wrote:
> > > > Hi,
> > > >
> > > > We're pleased to announce the next release candidate of our new 13.1.0
> > > > software release.
> > > < snip >
> > > > This build now enables XO-4 idle suspend by default. This is still a
> > > > work in progress, there are still various instabilities which may make
> > > > this build feel more unstable than previous ones. You can disable
> > > > automatic power management in sugar's Settings panel to restore
> > > > previous behaviour.
> > > >
> > >
> > > Once my XO-4s (B1 & C2) enters idle suspend they can not be awakened
> > > with any external method I've tried. No response to touch-screen,
> > > touch-pad, keyboard, or power-button to trigger a event in powerd. I've
> > [semi-]reliable suspend/resume on C1/C2 requires new as-yet-unreleased
> > EC code. i've not yet had a B1 work well.
> Is that cl4-7_0_3_06.img? Would it be helpful to test this code?
no. it'll be the next one. stay tuned.
> > also, as you've found, rtcalarm-based resume should be okay, but i
> > don't think anything else will wake the system reliably.
> Yea that looks to be working well.
> > > set the dim/blank to be 60/120 to speed up testing whether rtcalarm
> > > works. What I found interesting is once suspended then using the
> > > keyboard to awaken if you wait for rtcalarm to wake the XO the event
> > > will be shown as 'keypress' while tracing powerd.
> > yes, a kernel issue was causing most wakeups to be ascribed to
> > "keypress". should be fixed in the next build.
> Good to know, thanks.
paul fox, pgf at laptop.org
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