On Thu, 2004-12-09 at 18:19 +0100, Nils Philippsen wrote:
On Wed, 2004-12-08 at 22:39 -0500, Dave Jones wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 08, 2004 at 10:11:47PM -0300, Alexandre Strube wrote:
> > Em Qua, 2004-12-08 às 14:06 +0100, Kjartan Maraas escreveu:
> > > I'm seeing a lockup here when closing the lid on a HP nc4010 laptop.
> > > Didn't see that in -1.681FC3.
> > Is this related with logging out from gnome and, when the gdm screen
> > should appear, the computer locks up hard? This is happening with latest
> > kernels. I don't know what to do anymore.
> We've spotted that happening for a while with the RHEL4 kernel.
> It's started happening since we switched off the 4g/4g patch for some
> reason. This one really needs solving before the current updates-testing
> kernel can be pushed as an update as it seems to affect quite a few
> There are a number of folks at Red Hat currently looking into this,
> but please feel free to try disabling/enabling kernel options to
> try and help track it down, as we're currently scratching our
> collective heads over this one.
I've seen a crash with the non 4g/4g one also though I'm not a 100% sure
whether it happened when logging out from GNOME or afterwards -- I
logged out and left immediately afterwards, after a 1 hour's drive it
wasn't accessible remotely and when I came home Caps&Scroll-Lock where
I have had a similar problem here with both GNOME and Xfce (4.2 from
The kernel resolved the problem that I had with the Broadcom NIC (b44)
however, which was great.
I did not note this new issue until I logged out the first time and then
it was reproducible each time from both desktops. It does not 'crash'
per se, but I get a hard lock up which requires a power down and re-
This is on a Dell 5150 laptop, 2 Gb RAM, nVidia video card using the
nVidia 6629 driver.
None of this happens of course with the 681 kernel.