Keith Owens wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Aug 2001 21:40:57 +0200,
> Juri Haberland <juri@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >Jani Jaakkola wrote:
> >> There are lots of motherboards around which have somewhat broken APM
> >> support or at least do not work correctly with Linux APM. Many of these
> >> machines just hang, when console blanking or unblanking using APM is
> >> attempted. This is not XFS spesific and is not even 2.4 kernel spesific.
> >See, the point is that with a vanilla kernel it works without a problem
> >but with the kdb patch applied it locks up. So somehow the kdb patch
> >breaks the apm stuff and this should be investigated and, if possible,
> The kdb patch goes nowhere near apm. It sounds like apm has a bug that
> is sensitive to the layout of the kernel or stack,particularly since
> compiling without kdb configured on still has the problem.
Ok. This and Jani Jaakkola's statement convinced me to leave that option
> Did you
> compile the kernel with frame pointers on or with kallsyms and does
> removing those options make a difference?
I compiled the kernel without frame pointers and w/o kallsyms but I can
do another test with these options on - just to see if it changes