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Re: Sad no data flows following suspend on Vaio PCG-N505VE (Barak Pearlmutter)
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Re: None Re: Looks like interrupts have been switched off (Barak Pearlmutter)
Date: 1999, Dec 17
From: Barak Pearlmutter bpearlmutter

> You said that you saw the same thing for "all cards" you've tried.
> What other cards do you have access to, besides the Linksys Cardbus
> card?

a couple brands of 10Mb ethernet cards.  All displayed the same symptoms.

> With the modem, try doing "setserial /dev/modem irq 0" after the
> suspend and see if things start to work, more or less.

Yes, that does the trick.  It seems to work just fine after that,
although I did not stress test it.

     --Barak.

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Re: None Re: Looks like interrupts have been switched off (Barak Pearlmutter)
Date: 1999, Dec 20
From: Martin Sillence msillence

Hi,

> "setserial /dev/modem irq 0"

Is there any way to do the same trick with the network card?
I'm experiencing the same problems on a tulib based cardbus network card (Also a sony vaio but a N505x).

If theres anything I can do to help please let me know. I'm a competant C programmer though I don't know much about the cardbus stuff.

Is this related to the 3.1.7 change file?
-- Fixed bug in i82365 power selection code for CardBus bridges


Two off topic bits:

I see that eject and insert doesn't work with CardBus cards but works fine with pcmcia stuff. Shutdown and start does work.

I had to modify a few bits in 3.1.6 to get it to compile under 2.3.33 kernel some structures have changed.

Thanks,
M
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