[clug-talk] Sporadic Resume Problems

Jon me at jonwatson.ca
Sat May 20 21:35:49 PDT 2006


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Gustin Johnson wrote:
> I believe that suspend/resume are kernel specific.  Which version of the
> kernel are you using?  If you are using the stock KUbuntu kernel, it is
> several revisions out of date, and I know that a lot of work has gone
> into this recently.

Ahh, it's a kernel thing. Good to know. I'm running the SMP 686 kernel
(2.6.15-23-686) and I'm not sure how up to date it is. Maybe I'll troll
around looking for existing bugs and start one up if I don't see one.

On a somewhat related note, I wasn't all that impressed with K/Ubuntu
around the 5.04 days, but recently with my new updated hardware I've
become extremely impressed. They done good.

> Personally, I have always disabled suspend resume, my experience is that
> it is buggy regardless of the OS.  I also move my laptop around the
> house quite a bit, and I don't have the patience for a resume after I
> close the lid.  I realize that my usage patterns do not constitute
> "normal usage patterns" :)

Not sure what you mean by 'patience for a resume'. Do you mean it takes
a long time to do so? My Linspire laptop used to take almost as long to
resume as it did to boot, but this baby resumes in about 2-3 seconds.
When it doesn't fail, that is :)

My latop is always on the move too. I use it everywhere. Even way out in
the backyard with my new wireless G router :)

Thanks for the info.

J
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