Just FYI: apm -s works fine on my Inspiron 5000..
On Fri, 4 Aug 2000, Garst R. Reese wrote:
> I finally concluded that acpi is wrongly concluding that my IBM 380XD
> has adequate support for acpi. I reconfigured to turn off acpi and left
> my old working with 2.2.13 apm choices in place. I got apmd-3.0final,
> installed it and booted 2.4.0-test6-pre2. Modprobe found apm and apmd
> got started fine.
> apm -s suspended the the machine normally. When I tried to bring it
> back, the screen came back, but the keyboard was dead. I did a hard
> reset, and on boot lpd told me that my printcap was not readable. I
> could not even rm /etc/printcap. I rebooted to pre1 with acpi, and
> printcap was back.
> I tried pre2 again, but when I went to connect with ppp, it could not
> find /etc/resolv.conf.
> Reboot to 2.2.13 and resolv.conf was back, and apm works fine.
> m'thinks there's a problem.
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