Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 440171
Hibernate and suspend do not work with latest Fedora 9 rawhide
Last modified: 2008-05-22 03:20:51 EDT
Description of problem:
Hibernate and suspend options can no longer be found in an update version of
rawhide. (KDE4). Upon installtion of Fedora 9 beta they were working, after
updates they no longer work. I am not sure what componentes they relate to
directly or where I can get a stack trace for something like this. I have a Dell
Inspiron 640m laptop. Suspend and Hibernate both work beautifully in Fedora 8.
This is consistently an issue, every time I boot into rawhide.
Steps to Reproduce:
3.Hibernate options don't exist.
No way link to hibernate.
There should be an option to hibernate in the KDE logout menu.
I am running x86_64 but I believe others running i686 may have similar issues.
Again I'm not sure what stack traces you may need.
Hello, it is not acpid's bug but something wrong is in KDE. Reassigning to
related package in KDE environment.
Oh ok, I wasn't sure which package it was related to.
The issue has been fixed, both hibernate and suspend work as well as they did in
Fedora 8 from what I can see. Thank you for your efforts.