Re: Suspend/resume works in 2.6.29-0.19.rc0.git9.fc11.i686, but fails in later versions

From: Pavel Machek
Date: Tue Jan 27 2009 - 04:15:17 EST


> > Ok, that is not going to work on single core. Can you try if
> > suspending works in init=/bin/bash mode?
> Hi, I forgot to mention that I'm running on a crypted disk. So
> "init=/bin/bash" fails. But I booted kernel-2.6.29-0.41.rc2.fc11.i686
> using "1" as a kernel parameter, and put the laptop to suspend by
> # echo -n mem > /sys/power/state

Hmm, ok.

> But still, I was not able to resume it - black screen, keyboard dead.
> Could it be related to my disk encryption? I though "everybody"
> encrypted their laptop these days?

Not me...

> I'd be happy to test further - please let me know what info I can provide.
> Thanks.

Well, git bisect is always an option...? Or getting disk encryption
out of place? Trying minimal config?

(cesky, pictures)
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