On Thinkpad T41p:
Hibernate (suspend to disk) works for the first time for me on FC6.
However sleep (suspend to RAM) which did work on FC5 seems to have
trouble restoring the display now.
BTW: NetworkManager has trouble restoring wireless connections after a
restore from hibernate on FC6. There is a bugzilla entry for that.
On 12/4/06, Gianluca Sforna <giallu(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Sorry for the cross posting (I can't really decide which list was
I'm seeing this regression (compared to FC-5, where it used to work
fine) on the hibernate function with this laptop, an ASUS M6Ne
(Centrino 1.7Ghz, 512Mb RAM, ATI mobility radeon 9700, _not_ using any
proprietary kernel modules)
Basically, the hibernate procedure go as far as the "shutting down
hda" message, then fails to turn off power.
I am forced to turn it off manually. Otherwise the operation seems working.
Anyone else with similar symptoms?
Moreover, I saw from time to time a screen of kernel error messages (
a stack trace ?) on the consule during wake up operation, but I am not
sure if this was generated during hibernation.
I will try to find a pattern for this and eventually post agina more details.
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