On Fri, 2016-04-01 at 10:09 -0600, Greg Woods wrote:
On Fri, Apr 1, 2016 at 10:01 AM, Patrick O'Callaghan
> Perhaps I wasn't clear.
I think you were, I just hadn't had my coffee yet :-)
I don't use suspend that much on my desktops, I normally just
which case it does go through the booting process when resuming, and
leave my flash drive plugged in, it hangs the boot.
Suspend gets used a lot more on the laptop, but there I don't
external USB devices plugged in.
I have played around with suspend on the desktop, and I have
similar problems with suspend/resume not working right when certain
devices are plugged in. I remember trying a number of different
found by Googling, but I never could get it to work reliably without
unplugging some of the devices before suspending. I think it
rules, /etc/systemd/system scripts, and so forth, but nothing really
So I will be interested to hear if you find an answer for this.
Again, it all works when the dongle is plugged in directly. The problem
is when I'm using an extension cable, which one naively thinks should
be exactly the same, but in this case isn't. I doubt that udev etc. has
anything to do with it but of course I'm open to being corrected.