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Description of problem:
energy manager lonly lets me choose standby mode, not suspend to ram. Laptop model is an Acer Travelmate 800. STR/S3 worked flawlessly in fc5/fc6.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. clicking through the config options of gnome energy manager
Could you please show the results of "cat /sys/power/state"?
[jan@val ~]$ cat /sys/power/state
It looks like the energy manager has its story wrong. 'Mem' is suspend to ram,
and you would see standby there if S1 was supported.
Does the menu say standby instead of suspend? If so, we should perhaps reassign
this to some other component. The next problem will of course be figuring out
No, it wasn't the menu saying standby. The LEDs of the laptop were blinking in a
manner that signaled S1 and not S3. Seems like the problem has disappeared with
Unfortunately suspend not working any longer on my laptop at all. the leds seem
to blink (or not blink) the right way, but there is simply no activity any
longer when resuming. (hdd led is on, but there ist no hearable activity - one
time when resuming the caps-lock led was flashing in a constant intervalls.)
seems to be fiuxed in fc7 final.