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SubjectRe: radeon vs radeonfb Mobility quirks (Thinkpad X32)
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On Sun, 2018-11-04 at 04:23 +0000, Eric Wong wrote:
> Looking at drivers/video/fbdev/aty/radeon_pm.c, I notice it sets
> a D2 sleep mode for my X32:
>
> BUGFIX("IBM Thinkpad X31/X32",
> PCI_VENDOR_ID_IBM, 0x052f,
> radeon_pm_d2, NULL),
>
> Which I suspect is what allows "radeonfb" to work for me
>
> But I can't find the corresponding quirk in drivers/gpu/drm/radeon/,
> so I now believe a missing quirk is the cause of this problem
> with the "radeon" driver.
>
> I poked around but couldn't figure out what changes to make to
> the "radeon" driver to enable the corresponding, but I'm willing
> to test patches.
>
> Setting "dynpm" in /sys/**/power_method didn't seem to change
> things, either.
>
> Help greatly appreaciated. Thanks
>
>
> I've mainly been using the X32 as a server this decade so didn't
> use suspend/hibernate so I didn't investigate until recently
> (because my netbook died).

There's a whole pile of power management stuff for ancient laptops that
never quite made it from radeonfb to the radeon DRM driver... sadly it
also prevents sleep on old PowerBooks but I haven't had many complaints
so...

The code for D2 and D3 on those old things is reasonably self
contained, it shouldn't be that hard to move it over I suppose.

Cheers,
Ben.


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