Suspend/Resume problem on Thinkpad X201 (8-STABLE)
geoffrey.ferrari at googlemail.com
Mon May 24 21:07:18 UTC 2010
On Monday 24 May 2010 01:05 pm, Scott Lambert wrote:
> Are you in X when you sleep? Have you tried after switching to ttyv0
> first? CTRL-ALT-F1 from X.
I've tried suspending/resuming both from the console and from X. The
same problem with the screen not re-awakening occurs in both cases.
> I have this in my rc.suspend, right after the creation of the
> /var/run/rc.suspend.pid file.
> /usr/sbin/vidcontrol -s 1 < /dev/ttyv0
> I also unload the wireless driver in rc.suspend, and load it in
> rc.resume. But my wireless card's microPCI slot doesn't seem to get
> fully renabled on resume yet.
I tried both of these suggestions but sadly no luck. Thanks for your
suggestions, Scott, anyway. By the way, what is your machine? Is it a
Thinkpad X201 or something similar?
Two other pieces of information that may be useful:
1) Suspend/resume works perfectly under the latest Ubuntu, without any
2) I've upgraded the machine's BIOS using the latest update from Lenovo.
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