Description of problem:
Sleeping function called from invalid context bug and ACPI errors logged -
unable to bring video up on Sony Vaio PCG-FX801 after pm-suspend from a
terminal. The system does still respond, though. Have tried all the obvious
quirks and still no video.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Applicable to released versions of hal, hal-info, hal-libs with Fedora 9 and
with latest versions, i.e. hal-info-0.5.11-1.fc9.noarch, hal-0.5.11-1.fc9.i386
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot system
2. Log in either via terminal window or kde.
3. From shell type pm-suspend
System suspends to ram. Hitting key or power button to resume results in disk
activity but no video
As above but with video working
have tried dpms-on, vbemode-restore, vbestate-restore, vga-mode3 in all
combinations but still doesn't work
Created attachment 305842 [details]
dmesg file from pm-suspend
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