Jose Feliciano Benitez wrote:
Can you please point me to instructions on how to fill out a detailed
bug report and how to try intermediate kernels.
I dont know how to tackle this problem since the computer does not
respond at all after suspending.
I am upgrading to Fedora 13 and hopefully the problem will be gone.
FWIW, this list is more for development issues, rather than user questions.
There are kernels built, between your two problematic kernels at:
but if you're unfamiliar with installing rpms manually I don't know
that you should go down that route.
I'd start by testing F13 and if that fails too, just file a bug against
that kernel with all the information you have.
Eric Sandeen wrote:
> Benitez, Jose wrote:
>> I am a Fedora Core 12 user and the kernel recently updated to
>> from the previous kernel: 184.108.40.206-150.fc12.i686
>> With the new kernel my Dell Inspiron 6000 laptop does not return
>> after Suspending or Hibernating.
>> Can this be fixed somehow?
> Filing a detailed bug is the best first step.
> Testing intermediate kernels (if there are some, maybe in koji) to
> narrow it down
> might help too.