On Sun, 2007-05-13 at 13:08 -0700, Per Bothner wrote:
Wireless, which worked in FC6 but not previously in F7,
now works. This means that once the Emacs problem is fixed,
I should be able to switch to F7 without regressions. Yeah!
I especially like being able to switch back and forth between
internal and external monitor, which means I can now boot in
run-level 5, rather than 3 and then manually start X.
There are still problems with suspend and hibernate, but I've
never been able to use those before, so this isn't a regression.
Suspend doesn't work at all, and when waking up from hibernate
(after pm-hibernate) it seems unable to detect a wireless signal.
FWIW I had my fair share of issues with not resuming properly on an Acer
Ferrari 4005 and Acer TM6364. What solved it for me is simply
blacklisting or disabling every module I don't use. On FC6 & both
laptops suspend/hibernate/resume now works most of the time.
Hope this helps.