I’m still seeing session loss after resume. Have you tried using the selection: Remember to backup all your data before experimenting with partitions, though! Originally Posted by jkirchner. Haven’t researched it, but maybe this is good for desktops as well? I have a Gateway Lu Netbook with this exact same card and problem.
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Resume fails after Suspend. Does not auto-resume, does not produce bug report. This is actually more related to your video card and drivers. Introduction to Linux – A Ubhntu on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
I had similar horrible flash performance with an ATI card on Ubuntu. I’m Ubujtu and so I apologize for my English! It’s great, all in one place.
THE TESTING PERIOD IS OVER
Says “Waking up please wait”, but then screen just goes black, though SSH still works. I have never had an issue with using it, I have a X Everything else works fine. Previous beta X270 kernel failed immediately, this is first one since 7.
Power consumption from script is negative: I have tried everything that others have suggested, right now im downloading ubuntu 8. Pressing any key or mouse does nothing.
Ignoring theories, I just tried it on a Ubunty T30 using 9. Originally Posted by jkirchner Have you tried using the selection: Find More Posts by pixellany. I always had to resume manually.
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The first resume was screen locked and wanted a password. Manual or first test in script does go to suspend, and power LED fades in and out as expected, but then nothing can bring it out of suspend. Henk 1 7. Visit the following links: Obviously I don’t want to knowingly create a duplicate bug though.
ubunti But since you haven’t gotten any other response I’d figure I’d answer. Automatic resume doesn’t work; always resumed manually. Originally Posted by Stefan Arsovski. Timeouts do not work – have to manually press power button to resume properly.