Ahh, I understand the issue now. I had USB3 disabled in the BIOS, so I didn't see what you were talking about. I turned it back on, and now I see the devices. I did the unbind (with the USB3 device and xhci_hcd), went into sleep mode, and had the same issue as before. Not a huge deal to me, but I think that just means that USB3 doesn't work. I'll just leave it off in the BIOS.
On 04/14/14 01:38, Patrick Schless wrote:I installed the new BIOS today, and re-enabled USB3. Resume works OK now, but this isn't a huge deal for me because I didn't mind having USB3 disabled. The big annoyance around resume is that the adaptive keypad (the function keys) don't work after resume. That is still the case, even after this BIOS fix.Your statement implies they actually worked before the sleep? Do they work like normal Fn keys?
I just got one of these specifically for running Qubes OS. I hope it works :)
With Qubes R2-rc1, resuming from suspend works, but I have the same issue with others with regards to the adaptive function key. However, I did notice that unloading and reloading the thinkpad_acpi module *after* resuming resets the adaptive function key and lets me use it again. But in Qubes, it only works as function keys. I tried sending the reset command to the hotkey component of thinkpad_acpi, but the module has reset/disable commands disabled for the hotkey.
So unloading and reloading the module it is, until I get a chance to try patching the kernel.