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Re: if this is a bug then it is a nasty BLOCKER for F7

On 5/30/07, Chris Brown <snecklifter gmail com> wrote:
On 30/05/07, Valent Turkovic <valent turkovic gmail com> wrote:
> On 5/30/07, Christopher Aillon <caillon redhat com> wrote:
> > Valent Turkovic wrote:
> > > Other people have posted this bug not me, so there are other cases of
> > > this kernel breaking suspend! It is not my laptop because it suspends
> > > great with a bit older kernel.
> > > If you have read my bugzilla report you have seen lots of proof there
> > > - so please go read it first.
> >
> > My point was yes it breaks for some people, but not all.  Besides,
> > suspend has been broken for a long time, so it being broken one more
> > release is not a blocker.  We'll fix it as soon as we can.
> Ok, I misunderstood you.
> I'll hold you for what you said :) Please make suspend work as soon as
> possible... because it is a really useful feature when it works.

There are plenty of people working on it. If you would like to help in the
effort then developers need feedback on what is breaking for you and to that
end you can have fun learning the intricacies of gdb and git-bisect. I also
imagine if you subscribe to the kernel-devel mailing list and provide as
much feedback as possible when suspend/resume breaks for you you will get
things fixed quicker. You may also wish to consider testing development



I want to help but I need to learn how to give you guys quality
feedback. I thought that people will point me sooner to some wiki page
or some other resource that gives me info and knowledge on how to use
debug ans such tools and how to submit feedback.

I'm all for it!

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