Global suspend ( suspend to disk ) with PCMCIA card plugged in

Dominik Brodowski linux at
Fri Jun 30 15:06:56 EDT 2006


On Fri, Jun 30, 2006 at 06:05:04PM +0530, kaustav.majumdar at wrote:
> 	I have a PCMCIA card hosting a USB port and a serial port. My
> system goes to suspended state ( suspend to disk ) without the PCMCIA
> card plugged in and also resumes properly. When I suspend my system to
> disk when the PCMCIA card plugged in, it does not happen and my system
> hangs. All my selective suspend stuff is working properly. Pccardctl
> suspend/resume is also working properly. My main conern is system
> suspend is not in my hand. I just can make sure the working of selective
> suspend/resume and pccardctl suspend/resume. Is there any issue related
> to global suspend when the PCMCIA card is plugged in ? I read in one of
> the document that it is advisable to remove the PCMCIA card before
> suspending the system. Please suggest.

That sounds like the problem already discussed here:



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