[Tfug] tfug Digest, Vol 97, Issue 11
twarburton at cox.net
Tue Aug 30 13:10:18 MST 2011
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> 1. Help getting new laptop to suspend/hibernate correctly
> (Glen Pfeiffer)
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> Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2011 09:03:35 -0700
> From: Glen Pfeiffer<glen at thepfeiffers.net>
> To: tfug at tfug.org
> Subject: [Tfug] Help getting new laptop to suspend/hibernate correctly
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> Hi Everyone,
> I am running Debian 6 on a new laptop from ZaReason. So far,
> everything works beautifully on it except hibernate/suspend. I
> have opened a support ticket with them, but while I am waiting
> for them to build a new Chimera to test with, I thought I would
> see if any of you can offer some insight.
> Here is what happens when I try to initiate a suspend or
> hibernate from within Gnome (using the Gnome menu option):
> 1. The screen goes blank.
> 2. The screen turns off.
> 3. I see a terminal like window with a blinking cursor. No text
> is ever displayed to the screen.
> 4. I see the gnome-screensaver unlock dialog.
> 5. After unlocking, all my programs are running.
> I also tried manually suspending using pm-suspend. Below my sig
> is the content of /var/log/pm-suspend.log. This makes it look
> like it was able to suspend correctly but immediately wakes up.
>> Fri Aug 19 15:39:29 PDT 2011: performing suspend
>> Fri Aug 19 15:39:31 PDT 2011: Awake.
>> Fri Aug 19 15:39:31 PDT 2011: Running hooks for resume
> Anyone have any ideas what I should look at next?
I'm having exactly the same problem with my home-built desktop
running Ubuntu 10.04 and Gnome.
The CPU is AMD Phenom II X4, on an MSI motherboard.
I've tried every setting I can find in setup and in the power control
Let me know if you find anything.
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