Description of problem:
The computer fails to resume from hibernate. It appears to properly enter
hibernate and write the data to disk, but on the resume (thaw) it enters the
resume stage but stalls. After a long delay, the computer eventually restarts.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Enter hibernation either though the Gnome "Shut Down..." menu or via
pm-hibernate and wait for the system to power off.
2. Turn machine on.
The kernel boots, enters the resume stage. The screen remains blank and the
sleep light (used for drive activity) remains lit. System reboots after about
four to five minutes.
Proper resume from hibernate.
System is a Apple iBook G4 - "Early 2004" - 1.2Ghz model.
OS is a clean install with all default options, and symptoms occur after
updating to latest published updates.
A very similar problem occurs under Ubuntu 8.04 and OpenSUSE 10.3.
Andrew, does this still occur on your machine?
If so, please let us know which version of kernel, fedora, pm-utils you have.
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