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  1. I know a lot of people have been having trouble with sleep on their books, atleast I think still. I'm pretty sure I got it to work bias->enable system password system preferences->require password from sleep and disable automatic login system preferences->energy saver->put hard disk to sleep when lid closes and to sleep all thats required to bring system back up is opening lid pushing power button and typing two passwords to wake it back up, no boot up and nothing lost on desktop. this is the only way I found sleep to work dell inspiron e1505, 10.4.4 any sound work arounds yet? or ethernet?
  2. Welcome to the SigmaTel 9200 Driver Initiative!

    as a note the linux drivers for the sigmatel will only send the input channel to internal speakers, not to the headphone jack, make sure you have the patched alsa driver, if you need it I have it, also driver doesn't read mic/line input