[PATCH] ppc32: pmac sleep support update

Andreas Schwab schwab at suse.de
Thu Jan 20 12:34:24 EST 2005

Benjamin Herrenschmidt <benh at kernel.crashing.org> writes:

>>     cpufreq: resume failed to assert current frequency is what timing core thinks it is.
> Weird ... Can you try without cpufreq built in the kernel ?

I think this message is unrelated to the problem, it occurs with all
kernels so far.

> Also what is the exact CPU revision ?

It's a 750FX revision 1.18.

> I think you are just experiencing memory corruption...

Yes, I agree, I get completely different crashes whenever I use a slightly
different kernel.


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