Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 478873
Various issues with Compaq Evo N600c
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:30:06 EST
I've spend most of my day (iow too long) hunting various issues with my Compaq Evo N600c laptop. This is an somewhat old beast, but I think the symptoms might me be more generic then just this laptop.
I see the following issues:
1) I had it configured to suspend when the lid was closed both when on AC and
when on battery. This only works the first time, all following tries do
But if I do system -> shutdown -> suspend (or run pm-suspend, or use
suspend from the login screen), then the system does suspend. *And* after
this the lid suspend will work one more time, to feel any subsequent
Note: I've tried this with cold boots on battery and cold boot on AC, no
2) The suspend "keyboard" button works, but when I press it again to unsuspend
it immediately suspends after unsuspending, the second unsuspend (pressing
the button again) does work. Using the power button to unsuspend results
in the same behavior.
I do not see this unsuspend immediately after suspend behavior when using
system -> shutdown -> suspend or when using the lid to suspend
When expermenting with the lid suspend I have once had a hanging
NetworkManager after trying the lid suspend, and when I killed NM, the
system suspended, which seemed like a delayed response to the lid suspend
attempt. So I think these 2 issues might be related.
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