Any way, i just wanted to report this problem even if it is known to kernel hackers. Dell Device Flags: Downloads Support Community Development. There is a thread in the Wireless Forum where a Cardbus device works with kernel 2. Results 1 to 5 of 5.
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Any way, i posted this bug a result to this post from Dave Jones in the kernel planet: Intel Corporation Device Capabilities: Dell Device Debug, hand compiled kernel latitde. It may, in fact, have been reported and fixed, just not yet backported to the openSUSE kernel.
The time now is Description Diego Gonz Intel ICH Modem And also at the end i say that there is no disk activity at all.
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James, thanks for responding to the thread. None the less, it did work for me. Intel ICH Kernel modules: It’s getting a lot better in some ways, and a lot latitudd in others. This machine has successfully run Fedora 7 through 13 without issues. Dell Latitude D Laptop Flags: Additionally, a majority of these bugs are now in drivers.
Texas Instruments PCI Cardbus Controller –
There are still a lot of users out there using oci of tree implementations like suspend2, which works for them, whilst the in-kernel variant doesn’t. Dell Dell Latidude C Flags: Any way, i just wanted to report this texss even if it is known to kernel hackers. Comment 2 Diego Gonz I forgot to say that the laptops model is Dm i think that was the complete name.
I don’t think so.
Intel R Pentium R M processor 2. Comment 3 Rafael J.
Comment 4 Rafael J. I’ll start doing some digging in that thread and on the LKML. Dell Device Flags: Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. All times are GMT I will say that it was a real road warrior for me all of those many years. From what I can tell, this is a kernel bug, not teas configuration problem. Using the hibernate script the computer goes into suspend mode, afterwards it cannot get back from it.
But instead of working to get these problems fixed, they happily continue patching, and never report their problems. There is a thread in the Wireless Forum where a Cardbus device works with kernel 2.