n900 in 4.2-rc0: repeating oopses
pavel at ucw.cz
Sun Jul 26 02:26:15 PDT 2015
> > > So, Pavel can you re-test? Maybe there can be problem with some driver
> > > which Tony did not compiled into zImage? Just speculation...
> > I re-tested with today's git, and it seems to boot. Thanks for help...
> OK good to hear.
> > Now. "echo mem > /sys/power/state" is broken, as in "returns
> > immediately in about 50% cases". The messages are
> > Powerdomain (per_pwrdm) didn't enter target state 1
> > Powerdomain (core_pwerdm) didn't enter target state 1
> > Any ideas? Thanks,
> Works for me after enabling the idle timeouts with the following
> script and blanking the screen and disconnecting USB:
> Also both keyboard LEDs should start blinking after the idle
> timeout with screen blanked and USB disconnected. If not, you
> have some module loaded that blocks the deeper idle states.
Ok, tried that, I had to do:
echo 162 > export
echo out > direction
echo 1 > value
to get the debug lights to work. But I could not get those leds to
> modprobe leds-gpio
> modprobe ledtrig-default-on
Is this actually neccessary/relevant?
> echo 255 > /sys/class/backlight/acx565akm/brightness
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