Lockscreen / suspend / keyboard issue
Nathanael d. Noblet
nathanael at gnat.ca
Sun Jun 22 04:04:32 UTC 2014
On Sun, 2014-05-11 at 22:30 -0600, Nathanael d. Noblet wrote:
> After opening/closing the computer a few times sometimes I just hard
> reset the machine. Sometimes it comes to and lets me enter my password
> and unlocks. I'd like to debug and find the source of the problem.
> If I login via ssh from another computer no process is consuming the
> CPU, there aren't obvious highly repetitive messages in the logs or that
> I can see would be related.
> This has been happening since I got the machine for all F20 kernels.
> Where do I look? What can I do to figure this out?
So I think what is happening is that the keyboard isn't activated. It
makes the most sense. I found some people talking about similar issues.
Most of the time it seems adding atkbd.reset to the kernel command line
seemed to fix it. Granted these were all Ubuntu machines. Adding the
atkbd.reset to grub did nothing for me. I'm not sure if we use atkbd or
if there is an equivalent command I can use on fedora to overcome this
very annoying issue. I did find a bug that may be similar enough so I
added myself and comments to it
I would love any pointers or things to do to figure out if the keyboard
not resuming or otherwise having issues this is indeed the case.
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