Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 235138
Resume fails on dell latitude d820
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:49:57 EST
Description of problem:
Choosing suspend from gnome-power-manager only lock the screen. However running
pm-suspend from a terminal correctly suspends the machine. Pressing the power
causes the machine to resume, but it only gets to an unusable tty - not X. It is
not possible to login to the tty nor is it possible to ssh to the machine.
I can press ctrl-alt-delete to get the machine to reboot and as it is shutting
down I see various error messages about killing init and finally it freezes hard
when shutting down the the cpuspeed daemon,
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run pm-suspend and wait for machine to suspend
2. press the power button to resume
3. wait a short while an watch the machine freeze
Machine should return to the same state it was in when I ran pm-suspend
This is all on a dell latitude d820 with intel 945 graphics card and intel 3945
wireless network using the iwlwifi driver
The problem is still present with kernel 2.6.20-1.3104.fc7,
It can now correctly suspend from gnome-power-manager but the problems described
previously still occur on resume.
After todays upgrade and a tweak to add D820 to the fdi file suspend/resume kind
Upon resume the network is unavailable (both wired and wireless), and after a
short while it becomes impossible to start up new programs and even swith to a
tty usin Ctrl-Alt-F1.
Versions of the relevant software:
Created attachment 153672 [details]
Adds D820 to fdi fil
Patch to add support for D820 to fdi file.
Mads, can you send this to the hal mailing list please, as detailed in
http://people.freedesktop.org/~hughsient/quirk/quirk-report.html - thanks!
Already done. The mail is probably stuck in the moderation queue.
fdi files are part of hal-info, therefore I change this bug component from
pm-utils to hal-info.
Works fine now with a fully up to date Fedora 8. Closing.