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From: Michael Clark (michael@metaparadigm.com)
Date: Tue Dec 14 2004 - 11:25:16 EST

Adam Sulmicki wrote:

> On Mon, 13 Dec 2004, Juergen Botz wrote:
>> I have a new IBM Thinkpad T42, FC3 with all updates, stock
>> 2.6.9-1.681_FC3 kernel + iwp2200 driver (0.13). Everyone once
>> in a while when I wake from ACPI S3 sleep my keyboard is hosed...
>> the first key I press starts rapidly auto-repeating, which can't
>> be stopped, and pressing any key produces either no visible
>> action or some other character (not the one normally on that
>> key) which also auto repeats madly.
>> It doesn't always happen, only maybe 10% of the time I come
>> out of S3. I can't switch to different vt since ctrl-alt-fN
>> don't work, and since I am rarely on a text console I have
>> no idea whether it would happen there. Putting the machine
>> back to sleep and re-waking doesn't fix it, so my only option
>> has been to reboot via the 'Actions' menu (mouse is ok through
>> all this.)
>> Others have also reported this happening with APM, so it
>> doesn't seem to be an ACPI bug per se.
>> Any ideas?
> just another data point. I had seen the same thing happen for me once
> with my T41p. Same config as above ie FC3, 2.6.9-1.681_FC3.
> might be some RH-FC specific thing since I did not see it happen with
> earlier incarnations of kernel.

I get the same thing on Debian/sid with pretty much stock 2.6.9
on a T42 - so probably not a RH-FC think - and I'm using APM.

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