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Old 04-04-2012, 09:29 PM
Jonathan Nieder
 
Default Bug#628670: Long waking up times on Intel HD gpu and rtl8192ce wireless drivers

Michal Tóth wrote:

> I am experiencing some problem with wifi drivers rtl8192ce supported by kernel
> 6.38-2-amd64. Waking up from suspend last probably 2-3minutes with all black
> screen. When system finally manages to wake up I see messages about "kernel
> bugs reported to maintaniner", but I have no active connection that time, so
> nothing got send.

Ben Hutchings wrote:

> The firmware requested by r8169 is optional; it's actually a patch that
> fixes compatibility with some switches and computers. In Linux 2.6.39
> (now in sid) the driver will not try to load it during resume.
>
> The firmware requested by rtl8192ce is required. The driver should not
> try again to load it during resume, but it appears to do so even if the
> firmware was successfully loaded previously. This appears to be fixed
> in Linux 3.0-rc1, but I'm not sure we can easily apply the fix to Linux
> 2.6.39.

Please forgive my ignorance: do I understand correctly that Michal's
symptoms should be gone now?

Thanks,
Jonathan



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Old 04-07-2012, 03:03 AM
Ben Hutchings
 
Default Bug#628670: Long waking up times on Intel HD gpu and rtl8192ce wireless drivers

On Wed, 2012-04-04 at 16:29 -0500, Jonathan Nieder wrote:
> Michal Tóth wrote:
>
> > I am experiencing some problem with wifi drivers rtl8192ce supported by kernel
> > 6.38-2-amd64. Waking up from suspend last probably 2-3minutes with all black
> > screen. When system finally manages to wake up I see messages about "kernel
> > bugs reported to maintaniner", but I have no active connection that time, so
> > nothing got send.
>
> Ben Hutchings wrote:
>
> > The firmware requested by r8169 is optional; it's actually a patch that
> > fixes compatibility with some switches and computers. In Linux 2.6.39
> > (now in sid) the driver will not try to load it during resume.
> >
> > The firmware requested by rtl8192ce is required. The driver should not
> > try again to load it during resume, but it appears to do so even if the
> > firmware was successfully loaded previously. This appears to be fixed
> > in Linux 3.0-rc1, but I'm not sure we can easily apply the fix to Linux
> > 2.6.39.
>
> Please forgive my ignorance: do I understand correctly that Michal's
> symptoms should be gone now?

Yes, that was my expectation. And I see Michal has confirmed that.

Ben.

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