[Debian-eeepc-devel] Wireless Toggle killed after Suspend to Disk

Dick Middleton dick at fouter.net
Sun Sep 20 09:21:07 UTC 2009

Peter Besenbruch wrote:
> I am running an Asus EEEPC 1000HE. It uses Ralink wireless. When suspending to 
> RAM wireless comes back flawlessly on resume, and it toggles on, or off, as 
> it should. On suspend to disk, the state of the wireless is frozen in the 
> state it was in before suspend to disk. Pressing Fn-F2 does nothing. 
> Running "/etc/acpi/actions/wireless.sh toggle" as root does work, but the 
> Fn-F2 key remains disabled.
> I am running Lenny with a 2.6.26-2 kernel and I access suspend to disk through 
> the Kpowersave package.

I had similar prob on my 900 until I updated to latest kernel - 2.6.30. 
   I now use squeeze (rather than lenny + backports) which makes it a 
bit easier to update kernel. It all works rather well.


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