On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 9:14 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
> I run my IBM model M keyboard (1987
via a Belkin USB->PS2
> This results in a problem
> * Sometimes after wakeup from supsend to disk (supend to RAM is not
> * check yet) the keyboard "hangs": All LEDs are flashing and not key
> * is accepted. "Power cycling" via USB plug helps. I am using
> * sys-power/hibernate-script for hibernation. I listed the usb-ohci
> * as module wich gets unloaded/loaded while hibernation/wake-up in
> * /etc/hibernate/common.conf which helps in most but not all cases.
> Since power cycling the keyboard help: Is there a way to do this via
> software/script when hibernate wakes the PC?
I don't think there's any way to physically power off the device, but
maybe you can use USB power management to suspend it and then turn it
back on? It'll still technically have power the whole time but, who
knows, maybe it'll work for your case?