Description of problem:
After update from
two issues has been discovered on my laptop.
The first one is regression blanking in X server when click Fn+BrightDown
(also more information is placed in bug #224170).
The second is unfunctionality of Fn+Suspend(to ram).
When I click the Fn+Suspend the laptop is shutting down and switch on the
sleep led in flashing mode (on/off changes with ~2Hz frequency). No possible
to back instead of full power off and reboot again. With 2.6.19 the sleep led
is on without flash.
Reboot with 2.6.19 kernel fix situation.
Possible related to bug #234762
See bug #243759 for work-arounds for the suspend problem.
Thanks. I'll try it when do next boot.
(This is a mass-update to all current FC6 kernel bugs in NEW state)
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I can't check it on F-8, but FC-7 shows pm-suspend is worked. However, key
shortcuts still doesn't work: not suspend nor hibernate.
Andy, have you installed the tpb package as this may help you here...
When I try to push Fn+F12 (suspend to disk) after I've installed the tbp
package I've got the following message:
Jan 20 22:25:37 localhost kernel: hald-addon-acpi: segfault at 00000ffc
eip 00ba83ec esp bfb51e18 error 4
P.S. F-7 with last updates after clean boot.
Sorry to hear it. This helps on my t42 but clearly not in your case. In fact, a
conversation on IRC indicates that tpb may soon be deprecated. Sorry to have led
you down the wrong path here.
Are you now testing on Fedora 7 or 8? If you can fire up the latter from a live
cd this might help narrow things down...
Sorry, I have x60s w/o any removable devices (as you know the 12" x series
need dock station to have CD or floppy), but SD-flash or usb-flash.
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