[clug-talk] Possibly Solved:Sporadic Resume Issues
gustin at echostar.ca
Fri May 26 17:24:30 PDT 2006
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I can suspend and resume regardless of the power source (ie. I can
suspend while connected to AC, and resume while running on batteries).
I will look into this more over the weekend, but at first glance
everything is working better than I expected.
I am running Kubuntu 5.10, though I am not using a stock kernel which
may be why it is working nicely.
> Cool. Let me know if you discover anything interesting :)
> Gustin Johnson wrote:
>>> In reviewing the Kernel mailing list, it looks like suspend/resume
>>> (particularly the resume) has some known issues.
>>> I will try enabling suspend/resume on my own laptop, its been years
>>> since I used this (even under windows... though this is pre XP).
>>> Jon wrote:
>>>>> - gpg control packet
>>>>> I've been doing some experimenting with my sporadic resume problems.
>>>>> I've run a dozen or so real life tests (meaning that I've just been
>>>>> trying this system as I use the laptop normally without 'staging'
>>>>> anything) and I appear to have it sorted.
>>>>> So far I've been able to resume with 100% success if I don't change the
>>>>> power source while the laptop is suspended. Meaning that if I suspend it
>>>>> while on battery power and subsequently resume it while on battery
>>>>> power, it works. If I suspend it on battery power and then plug it in
>>>>> before resuming it (or vice versa) that's when I experience the
>>>>> seemingly random failures.
>>>>> Also having 100% success if I suspend and resume while on the mains.
>>>>> Just thought I'd throw that out there for anyone else that might be
>>>>> experiencing this to try.
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