Created attachment 1868898 [details]
Log from gnome-log. Twice suspend with bluetooth on and once with bluetooth disabled.
ThinkPad X1 Carbon 9th with latest bios.
Kernel 5.17.1 X64
Fedora 36 X64 prebeta
Gnome 42.0 rc
After upgrade to kernel 5.17 rc8 or kernel 5.17.1, My laptop can't get to suspend. It seems will get it but wakeup immediately after that.
I trid to disabled bluetooth and everything works okay.
Downgrade to Kernel 5.16 also can solve this issue.
Someone said disable Always on USB can solove this issue.
I tried and it works.
There are some more 5.17 bluetooth fixes queued up for 5.17.2, please give 5.17.2 a try (with the "Always on usb" Bios option enabled) once it has been released and build for Fedora.
dupe of bug 2063389 ?
Some progress here.
This issue is fixed by Luiz Von Dentz in bluez.git, So it's may not kernel related.
So maybe a new version with patch included can solve this issue.
> So maybe a new version with patch included can solve this issue.
The two patches referenced are kernel patches so no clue as to why you moved this to bluez, they look like they're queued for 5.19, well -next which this late in the cycle may actually be 5.20.
I'm sorry for this.
I thought it's bluez related not kernel.
Now I understand. I'll wait for next version kernel.
Just to report back, this is still daily problem, and irritating one. I hope this is not lost in between wrong target tags in ticket.
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