This is a pure btrfs, gnome, arch linux install. Old hardware (Thinkpad x220).
Notably OS X still brings networking back up faster, but that is in the pipeline already for Linux.
With the notable point that it doesn't work properly on a lot of hardware, in my experience (and in the experience of others I know). The major ISP in ireland provides the same box for most connections, and my mac just will not hold a connection to them when resuming from sleep. It appears to be an issue revolving around assignment of IP addresses, but I can't reproduce it, and it doesn't happen on my work network or uni network, but every UPC network I use with the same equipment (Technicolor TC7200U) has the issue.
Just in case anyone want's to work on what my cat has discovered. It is leased with my ISP contract, so I would never open it myself.
As for the "fuck" part, AVM with the Fritzbox ain't a bit better, though. Looks like all cable routers are locked down and no sources available - probably to prevent people from building DOCSIS sniffers or network disrupters (30-apartment house, all connected via DOCSIS on one link, now good luck finding the asshole).
I'd love to see some progress on this, I also have a USB-TTL ready, but no real reverse engineering skills.
Did you see the telnet running on 192.168.100.1?
I've quickly googled a picture of the PCB for you and annotated it. From you thread you linked that's the bootloader serial port. if you look beneath the cooler (without removing it) you'll see "console" written there. That's the Linux serial console. I didn't want to remove the cooler. So my cat just soldered itself onto it from the back of the PCB. I'm not sure what the pinout was anymore. But it's easy enough to figure out with a multimeter.
Edit: I've made a picture, My cellphone cam sucks, but you can see the "CONSOLE" written on it. Just use a multimeter on the back of your PCB to figure out the pinout.
Also I did see the telnet port in the management net, but could figure out the login. The regular HTTP webinterface loads too on this ip, but you can't login with your credentials. If my create a backup from your config on the webinterface, there seems to be a user for ISP support at the end of the file. But I couldn't login with that either.
The the MacBook Air takes about 6sec to connect to the wifi while my Chromebook takes less than 2 seconds. Both can load Internet pages instantly after the OS reports that it's connected.
I have no idea why the MacBook takes so long, but I recently did a fresh install on it and got the same results
Would you have a link to this?
Quite impressive improvements. Can't wait until this goes live on normal distros.
I definitely am not running btrfs on a production machine, but I love it on this laptop. Wouldn't call it stable yet.
edit to note that I don't hibernate, just sleep.