When I suspend/resume my desktop with a Radeon 4850 card, the video is corrupted when I resume. It is stretched to the right and looks "ghosty" (kind of like bad analog TV signal reception). If I switch to a console, it looks the same. I tried:
- nomodeset: only difference was that trying to switch to a text console after resume was completely corrupted
- had mesa-dri-drivers-experimental; removed that
- had BIOS "run VGA BIOS after S3" option disabled; tried enabling it and the system froze during resume
This is an up-to-date F12 system. The video comes out the HDMI port to a DVI port on an LCD panel.
Suspend/resume worked on F11 (had other intermittent problems with disk, but video worked 100%).
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dmesg after restore
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Xorg.0.log after restore
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What is the full reference of your screen ?
I'm afraid I don't know what you are asking. What do you mean by "full reference of your screen"?
For instance: Dell P2310H, or Samsung SyncMaster 172x
Ie manufacturer and model of your screen.
Ah, I see. I have a Samsung 2493HM LCD. Because it is the cable I had on hand (and because the monitor's EDID data is bogus on the HDMI port), it is connected via a HDMI cable with a DVI-HDMI adapter on the monitor end (DVI on the monitor to HDMI on the video card). The card is a Gigabyte GV-R485MC-1GI.
As a FYI: I did try the latest xorg-x11-*, libdrm*, mesa*, and plymouth* from updates-testing last week; still the same result.
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