Description of problem:
Suspend doesn't work on my Lenovo ideapad S205 (AMD E-350, RadeonHD 6310).
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Put device into suspend by closing the lid, special key or pm-suspend command.
Screen turns off, but the fan doesn't shut down and the power LEDs stay on. Pressing the power button or any other key has no effect. Device has to be shut down by holding the power key for some seconds.
Fan should turn off and power LEDs should start blinking.
This works fine on the same machine with Fedora 15 i686 version.
I'm not sure if the suspend works and it fails to wake up only. I guess the Caps Lock light would help to indicate that, but this laptop doesn't have any.
Live images behave exactly like the installed system.
I wonder if this is a problem in concunction with this:
Turning off the screen can cause the kernel panic that lets suspend fail.
I had suspend working on the machine with Fedora 15 and x86_64 when using grub-legacy. But I was not able to get it working with Fedora 16 yet.
I re-installed F16 x86_64 on my S205, and now suspend works!
Not sure if this got fixed in a kernel update to F15 already, since I had been running 32-bit as a workaround.
At least for Fedora 15 updated with a Kernel 220.127.116.11-1 I cannot confirm that. Upgrading to Fedora 16 right now. I hope the best.
For me it actually still does not suspend on Fedora 16.
It fails in the final stage, it is possible to hear the parking of hardrive heads.
Is this still happening on F16 with the 3.3 kernel update?
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