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Re: Suspend problems on a thinkpad?

On Mon, 3 Apr 2006, Brad Smith wrote:

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Has anyone found a trick for (or even had a problem) getting suspend to work properly under FC5 on a
Thinkpad T30? Under FC4 everything worked fine on mine, I just had to include "apm=on acpi=off"
in the kernel args. After a fresh install of FC5, with or without the kernel args, it is a no go.
When I close the laptop it goes into suspend, but when I open it again I experience varying levels
of freezing up. I say varying because sometimes it's locked completely, sometimes the mouse moves
but the cursor does not change, clicks are unresponsive and the keyboard does nothing. One time
things seemed to work but when I moved my mouse over the gnome panel it disappeared. I switched to a
VC and back, which somehow fixed the problem.

Well suspend works fine on my T41 thinkpad, it is resume that kills my system ;). In my case it resumes fine everything works for a few seconds to a minute and then I get major disk errors in dmesg, disk mounts read-only then system crashes, but not before I get disk corruption :(. Sounds like your problem might be a bit different?

I opened a bugzilla on my issue here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=187633


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