I'm not really sure whether this is the right component to report the bug ... sorry for that.
Description of problem:
I got a Lenovo T500 laptop. When trying to put the computer to sleep or to hibernate Fedora gets stuck. The sleep led blinks but does not stop doing so. The display turns black and the computer does not react on any more keystrokes.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Gnome Power Manager is version 2.30.1. The whole Fedora 13 installation is up to date with the newest updates.
- Fedora 13, Lenovo T500
- System, Turn off, Hibernate or Standby
- black display
- hibernate or standby
Thank you very much for your help,
Created attachment 450084 [details]
smolt profile of my Lenovo T400
I believe this is actually a kernel problem, as I started seeing the same problem with Fedora 13 on my Lenovo T400 (see smolt profile) once I upgraded my kernel to 18.104.22.168-56.fc13.x86_64; rebooting back into vmlinuz-22.214.171.124-54.fc13.x86_64 resolves the problem for me.
Is there any chance you have a SD-Card in your cardreader? Because my T400 used to show the same behaviour only with a SD-Card plugged in.
thank you very much for that advice - in deed an SD-Card was all the time plugged to the computer. Removing the card stops the T500 from showing that behavior.
Thank you very much,
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