Description of problem:
Fresh load of FC7T4 on Toshiba Satellite A105-S2716. If I choose suspend or
hibernate, I get a message of stopping jobs and then a frozen cursor, requiring
hard power off. All updates have been applied. BIOS has been updated to latest
(2.0) but tried reverting back to previous version (1.8) with same results.
FC6 worked fine.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Every damned time.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Select suspend or hibernate.
Not sure what logs, etc. you might need - please advise
Same as with #239038, i strongly suspect it's a kernel bug, so try booting with
a FC6 kernel and see if that works.
Reassigning also to kernel.
Read ya, Phil
Installed the last FC6 kernel (2.6.20-1.2944.fc6) that worked for me in FC6 - no
joy. All goes well until time to power off. The text cursor freezes and that's
all she wrote.
Update with kernel 2.6.21-1.3167 - suspend now gets past "Stopping jobs" and now
freezes at "Suspending console(s)"
Following an unrelated suggestion on the fedora-test-list, I looked at
http://people.freedesktop.org/~hughsient/quirk/ which suggested using the Intel
video driver vs. the i810. I was using i810 to enable TV out since that worked
well under FC6. Using the Intel driver solves the suspend/hibernate and
shutdown power-off issues while screwing up the TV out.
Okay, cool. Could you file a new bug agaist the intel driver for the tvout, and
I'll close this one as suspend is now working. Thanks.
Closing as per previous comments.