Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 425875
Thinkpad Z60m resume fails
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:54:19 EST
On a fresh install+updates of F8, suspend to RAM works, but resume fails if the
system was in X when suspended. If I switch to a text console before suspending
(with pm-suspend), I can resume, but I get no display (I can log in over the
network). If I try to switch to X after a text-mode suspend/resume, the system
I tried hibernate to disk from X, and the resume worked.
This is fixed with a change in
it lists Z60m in a comment, it does not include my product prefix. I have a
2530-38U, so I added 2530 to the prefix list, and now resume works.
Reassigning to hal-info.
FYI: the smolt UUID for this system is 8447bc21-97f9-45d5-a90e-73913a0a62d7.
Reported upstream as https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=14187
This is fixed in upstream hal-info; any chance this could be updated for F8 and
Rawhide has the update, how about F8?
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