Suspend-Resume successful only once? (USB)

dndlnx

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Laptop is an X200 Thinkpad. I seem to have set up S/R correctly. I can zzz or simply close the lid, and it will wake with working wireless and mouse (track-point). I added lines to unload / load modules, including USB and UMASS, in /etc/rc.suspend and /etc/rc.resume.

USB will work after the first resume. I insert a Sandisk flash drive, it lights up, and mounts fine. But when I Suspend-Resume again, and every time thereafter, USB does not work (no light up).

Is this a common problem?
 
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dndlnx

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Ok I was reading the FLCL, and saw this comment on a similar model:

If you want USB ports after suspend/resume cycle, you must build a kernel without USB support compiled in (load required USB components as modules), and unload/reload modules using /etc/rc.suspend and /etc/rc.resume respectively.
So I will try this, but I'm not sure what to put in /boot/loader.conf


Is it simply:

Code:
usb_load="YES"
umass_load="YES"
Etc?
 
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