Am Sonntag, 6. April 2008 schrieb Larry Stotler:
On Sun, Apr 6, 2008 at 4:59 PM, Manfred Tremmel
occurs the problem? I do have a problem after
Suspend2RAM, most time the backlight keeps blank. It helps to use
the brightness down or up bottom (if you have used 100% brightness
before suspend, you have to use the down buttom). I've added a
little script to set the brightnes to 80% in the pbbuttons process
which is executed after wakeup.
Do you use pbbuttons or pmud? I'm using pbbuttons.
Not a clue what I am using. Whatever the stock stuff that opensuse
Take a look at the runlevel editor.
install is being used. It doesn't matter what I
am doing. I had
started it and switched to init 3 to do some file maintenance and it
ended up blanking out in the middle of something. it just literally
goes out no matter what I do. You could be surfing the net and leave
it inactive for a minute and then it's out. I use this on my BootX
video=atyfb:vmode:14,cmode:8 hda=autotune root=/dev/hda9
resume=/dev/hda8 splash=silent showopts
Got that from Olaf a long time ago. Seems to make the
properly with those settings. And, I used the exact same settings
under v10.0 with no problems.
On another note, what processor are you using? I am looking to
upgrade this to a G4/500 in the hops that it will play movies(xvids
and stuff) properly. I had a G3/466 and it was too slow. I use
MPlayer for video playing. Thanx
I'm using the originial G3/266 MHz. I've tried to add a Upgrade card
about four years ago and killed the PowerBook. I've repared it in
October (bought another by eBay and got both to work ;-) ).
I've much better framerates in xine based players then in MPlayer.
Video-CD's work, DivX/mp4 up to 500x300 work fine, S-VCD, DVB-T
recordings or Video-DVD's cost to much CPU power...
Machs gut | http://www.iivs.de/schwinde/buerger/tremmel/
Manfred | http://www.knightsoft-net.de
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