Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1003121
error -71 on hibernate
Last modified: 2014-02-05 17:20:48 EST
Sometimes, when hibernating, my computer ends up failing to hibernate. Instead of hibernating, I see something like the following test scrolling by on my screen rapidly and repeatedly:
... usb 2-6: clear tt 3 ... error -71
... hid-generic ... can't reset device , 0000-00:1d.7-6.2/logout0, status -71
Note that I took a blurry photo as it scrolls down my screen quickly. It's impossible to get logs or screenshots at this point, so the above is an approximation.
Note also that this is after much of the normal hibernation procedure has proceeded and the screen has gone back to text mode.
I'm guessing that this occurs roughly every fifth to every tenth hibernate that I attempt so this is not easy to reproduce.
Is there any way to capture the output that scrolls by so fast?
Should this bug be assigned to kernel instead of blueman?
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