I believe I have ubuntu/XBMC configured properly (I have added the USBs to /proc/acpi/wakeup, and other things), and now I am thinking perhaps there is some kind of BIOS setting I am missing.
In the field where you can select have ACPI S1 or S3 I have it set to Auto, although I have tried the S3 setting as well with no luck.
My IR receiver flashes red when it receives an IR signal. However, when the box goes in to suspend mode the IR receiver appears to be unresponsive. No red flashes indicating that it has power. (Edit: I should also note that I am not using one of the USB ports next to the eSATA port for the IR receiver. The manual says they do not support the wakeup function.)
Has anybody gotten this to work? Does this hardware support this?
As much as I don't want to, I'm tempted to return this if I can't get it to work, there are so many other solutions that apparently have more functionality out of the box. I have been frustrated with the support from Zotac. The instructions for HDMI over audio provided by Zotac, for example, were almost immediately outdated. They even suggest using a patch for version 1.0.22 after instructing you to install 1.0.23, and the patch doesn't even support that version! It's painfully obvious that they didn't even test it themselves. Fortunately the patch isn't needed anyway.
And whatever happened to this statement?: "If you’re looking for an out-of-box compatibility with an XBMC LiveCD, stay tuned as we’re working with the XBMC team to incorporate support with future LiveCDs." It's been almost two months, and I've seen zero further communication in this regard.
This post has been edited by matchesmalone: 30 June 2010 - 12:06 PM