Gentoo in a Macbook 5,1 (unibody late 2008)

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Gentoo in a Macbook 5,1 (unibody late 2008)

Egoitz Aurrekoetxea Aurre-2
Hi all !!! ;)

I have Gentoo working in my macbook fine :) even better than Mac OS :) :). The only goal I'm not being able to achieve is to be able to resume after suspend. Has anyone ever tried this?. Have you some experience on solving it?. I'm using MBR through refit and grub-0.97 as boot loader. I have tried suspending with pm-suspend, s2ram (forcing), etc… and suspends… but later does not resume, the screen stays black and I'd say it gets hung (I haven't tried if it answers to ping, and I haven't seen any log which could give a clue…). Should I disable some module? should I use some other power management software??.

Thanks a lot for you're help.
Best regards,
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Re: Gentoo in a Macbook 5,1 (unibody late 2008)

Steven Lembark
On Fri, 20 Jul 2012 09:29:44 +0200
Egoitz Aurrekoetxea Aurre <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I have Gentoo working in my macbook fine :)
> even better than Mac OS :) :). The only goal
> I'm not being able to achieve is to be able to
> resume after suspend. Has anyone ever tried
> this?. Have you some experience on solving
> it?. I'm using MBR through refit and grub-0.97
> as boot loader. I have tried suspending with
> pm-suspend, s2ram (forcing), etc___ and
> suspends___ but later does not resume, the
> screen stays black and I'd say it gets hung (I
> haven't tried if it answers to ping, and I
> haven't seen any log which could give a
> clue___). Should I disable some module? should
> I use some other power management software??.

Not really a "notebook" issue. You should probably
check google for gentoo, resume, and your model
number.

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Re: Gentoo in a Macbook 5,1 (unibody late 2008)

Egoitz Aurrekoetxea Aurre-2
I got hibernate working with tuxonice kermel.

Thanksss mate :) :)



El 31/07/2012, a las 03:09, Steven Lembark <[hidden email]> escribió:

> On Fri, 20 Jul 2012 09:29:44 +0200
> Egoitz Aurrekoetxea Aurre <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> I have Gentoo working in my macbook fine :)
>> even better than Mac OS :) :). The only goal
>> I'm not being able to achieve is to be able to
>> resume after suspend. Has anyone ever tried
>> this?. Have you some experience on solving
>> it?. I'm using MBR through refit and grub-0.97
>> as boot loader. I have tried suspending with
>> pm-suspend, s2ram (forcing), etc___ and
>> suspends___ but later does not resume, the
>> screen stays black and I'd say it gets hung (I
>> haven't tried if it answers to ping, and I
>> haven't seen any log which could give a
>> clue___). Should I disable some module? should
>> I use some other power management software??.
>
> Not really a "notebook" issue. You should probably
> check google for gentoo, resume, and your model
> number.
>
> --
> Steven Lembark                                             3646 Flora Pl
> Workhorse Computing                                   St Louis, MO 63110
> [hidden email]                                      +1 888 359 3508
>