--- Comment #32 from Duncan <1i5t5.duncan@...> 2010-11-10 13:26:44 ---
Well, I have results, but they're not good.
Since I last tried suspend on this machine, suspend has apparently broken in
general. As of 2.6.37-rc1-170-g-whatever, I can't even get it to reliably
suspend now, even straight after boot, without starting X or even logging in (I
have gpm setup with a triple-click hibernate action, so I can trigger it
without being logged in.)
I /did/ get it to suspend once, directly after boot, but then went to try it
again from within X, and not only would it not work from there, but (after a
reboot), it wouldn't work again from a KMS-text console, either, even with a
fresh boot without even logging in. It seems to jam up in the freeze phase and
never initialize the write-to disk -- nor successfully back out of the attempt
and come back up without suspending. It just sits there with the monitors
asleep, no disk activity or anything.
So I can't really test the status of the resume, 'cause I can't even get it to
(reliably) suspend properly.
I guess that means closed/NEEDINFO is where it's probably going to stay, as
I've pretty much given up on getting hibernate working on this thing again, at
this point. It was nice while I had it, and it's /very/ nice on the netbook
(where both suspend2ram and hiberante have always worked GREAT), but I'm tired
of needlessly fighting with it on this one.
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