Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 213804
Better handling for suspend errors
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:47:31 EST
For beta2, we want the Suspend menu item to bring up a dialog containing a
disclaimer that suspending may crash on some machines. We also want to write
out some relevant information from hal into a file, and ask the user to
send that file in bugzilla if suspend does actually crash.
The relevant information from hal would be at least the laptop model and vendor,
I think, plus possibly the list of loaded kernel modules.
If we remove the file after each successful resume, we may also be able to
detect its presence during boot, and ask the user if he wants to send it off.
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QE nak . . . features were frozon long again and with the compressed schedule, I
would be derelict in giving an ack.
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Adjusting the title
Should be fixed in
and should work with SELinux enforcing (see bug 214510) if you use
Requesting inclusion of the two former packages for beta2.
Actually the g-p-m package only had half the patch it needed. Ray and I just tested
which works fine in Permissive mode. Still needs a fix in SELinux policy for
enforcing mode, see bug 214510 for details. Thanks.
Fixed in Enforcing mode with new SELinux policy.
I'll ask releng to include these in beta2.
hal-0.5.8.1-19.el5 and gnome-power-manager-2.16.0-7.el5 included in 20061218.1