> Disabling APIC solves my immediate problem, so personally I'm happy.
I've been chasing down APM problems on an I8000 today too - the Red Hat 7.2
beta kernel (which is based on some 2.4-ac) dies on resume, while a clean
2.4.9-pre4 survives. I'd noticed that the Red Hat kernel was using the local
APIC just before giving up on it for the day - turning that off will be the
first thing I try in the morning.
Apart from the hang on applying or removing power, were you also having
this problem with APM suspend?
Strangely, APM suspend was working after a suspend-to-disk. It only failed
after a clean boot.
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