1. M

    FreeBSD and the state of Suspend-to-Disk / Hibernation (STD/S4OS)?

    The FreeBSD Wiki says: The FreeBSD Manual explains Suspend/Resume and mentions S4BIOS and S4OS, but doesn't tell any more. So I assume this is still valid, no Suspend-to-Disk (STD/S4OS) available in FreeBSD? I have already tried, acpiconf -s 4 seemingly puts my laptop into hibernation, but...
  2. M

    What is it with TPM (Trusted Platform Module) preventing resume from suspend-to-RAM?

    Interestingly I have been struck by the same issue that is always only referenced for ThinkPad users, although I don't have a ThinkPad but a Clevo N130WU (which is quite a common laptop known around the world under different brands). I could only get resume from suspend-to-RAM working by first...
  3. Petr Fischer

    Can't suspend laptop after upgrade to 11.2

    Hello, after upgrade to 11.2 my laptop can't suspend. In fact, laptop suspends, but then, imediately resumes automaticaly. /var/log/messages strip: Jun 27 00:19:05 pf-bsd kernel: uhub1: at usbus1, port 1, addr 1 (disconnected) Jun 27 00:19:05 pf-bsd kernel: ugen1.2: <vendor 0x8087 product...
  4. grahamperrin

    Solved ACPI, sleep: suspend by default for the power button

    I experimented: $ grep -i acpi /boot/loader.conf hw.acpi.power_button_state="S3" $ Not effective. I guess, because hw.acpi.power_button_state is a sysctl variable but not a loader tunable; acpi. Is there a way to have the button suspend by default? TIA