Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 448626
Intel i915 suspend/resume no longer works in F9 (worked in F8)
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:55:57 EST
The problem seems to be that F9 in
Now has a quirk entry for the Fujitsu LifeBook P7120 (my laptop) setting
vbestate_restore to true. Unfortunately, this mucks with the video bios
settings that the kernel now controls and causes resume to fail about 50% of the
time (usual symptoms are backlight stays off and sometimes X crashes or hangs).
This is the problem statement:
<match key="system.hardware.product" contains_outof="E4010;P7120">
At or around line 54 in that file. Removing the P7120 (and changing the match
to contains) fixes the problem.
I suspect there will be a lot of other intel 915 (and other intel graphics
driver) laptops that have the same bug.
Sure, does the pm-utils in rawhide fix this? For modesetting drivers we just
ignore the quirks.
No ... but it will when there's a 2.6.26 kernel available. This is what s98
will do then:
# FIXME: a more accurate way of testing this?
[ -d /sys/module/i915 ] && \
[ "$kernel_rev" > "2.6.26" -o "$kernel_rev" = "2.6.26" ] && \
You just updated hal-info without fixing this!
I noticed because suspend/resume failed when it overwrote the edited version of
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