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[ale] suspend/resume problem
- Subject: [ale] suspend/resume problem
- From: bob at cavu.com (Bob)
- Date: Fri, 3 Apr 1998 09:37:29 -0500
On my Toshiba T4700TC laptop with a 3com 589 Enet card, when I close the top
and re-open it the Enet card fails to start back up.
Even though the system continues where it left off I need to reboot to
regain access to the ethernet. If I manually do
cardctl suspend;cardctl resume
then I regain ethernet access.
Thus, how do I get these commands invoked automatically? I don't see
reference to suspend and resume (or anything other than the standard
states) in /etc/rc.d/*. The kernel I'm using (from the SW3.4 CD)
works fine with suspending and resuming the laptop and understands power
management and such.
I am running Slackware 3.4 with a 2.0.30 kernel and just upgraded to
Thanks a whole bunch,
bob at cavu.com
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