On 5/27/07, Daryll Strauss <daryll.strauss(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I've been runing all the development kernels on my HP dv9000t (Core 2
Duo) laptop. (BZ #238365
As of kernel:
Suspend worked fine.
Since the LiveCD was using
you're in good shape there.
There was a regression in
As of that kernel, suspend no longer works. The system appears to
suspend correctly. The syslog reports the suspend and the power light
flashes. When I attempt to revive the machine, the machine starts to
come up. The power light goes solid and I hear the disk wake up. But
nothing is logged in the syslog and the restore doesn't get any further.
Hopefully that helps narrow the problem.
I really have no idea how to narrow the problem any further.
Only things I can came up with is to install Rawhide live cd on my
laptop and then try to suspend and resume. And then update it with new
kernel and try again...
I can also wait for the official Fedora 7 and fedora 7 live cd and
then try it out...
Any other suggestions?
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