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Re: F11: Hibernate OK, resume - not so much

On Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 8:01 AM, Steven Stern <subscribed-lists sterndata com> wrote:
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I did  a clean install of F11 on my laptop and put it into hibernation.
 When restarting the machine, it appears to come up. I'm at what looks
like the gdm login. There's the screen background, a grey box with a
white field in it.  No text and it's not accepting a password.

I can SSH in.  top shows Xorg is running at 100%.

Same here, Desktop, AMD Opteron 150. For the first time I saw "hibernating" working, and detailing its progress until the system was left, gee, hibernating.

When I restarted the system it did a lot of sequential reads (as is putting the contents back in RAM) but after that... a black screen and a stuck cursor. I could see some random disk access every few seconds, but not much more.

Didn´t test SSHing to it.


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