I still have problems with ACPI

Yuriy yuriy.kozlov at gmail.com
Wed Oct 18 05:33:00 BST 2006


Just want to pitch in that I have the same problems with my Asus V6J.
Maybe it's an issue with the asus ACPI module?
Also, usplash doesn't work for me at all on the laptop, though it did
show up from the live-cd.
Using -generic kernel.

This should probably go in malone...


On 10/17/06, Goldenear <goldenear at free.fr> wrote:
> Le mardi 17 octobre 2006 19:33, Luka Renko (Lure) a écrit:
> > On Monday 16 October 2006 16:38, Goldenear wrote:
> > > I'm using kubuntu beta 1 (last apt-get upgrade a few minutes ago). I
> > > still have some problems with ACPI.
> > >
> > > Suspend doesn't work: The computer (asus A8J laptop with nvidia gpu)
> > > seems to properly suspend but, after wake up, the screen stay blank (no
> > > backlight) thus the hard drive is working (led activity). I really wonder
> > > why the computer doesn't wake up properly...
> >
> > Is this i386 or amd64 laptop?
> >
> > Can you try booting (before suspend) without splash screen? You should
> > enter boot menu and select appropriate line, press "e" to edit, delete
> > "splash" word in the grub boot line and press Enter to boot without.
> > There have been some reports that new splash screen may leave some cards in
> > strange state.
> It doesn't change anything... With or without splash it's the same.
> > Also, did you have any other version of Ubuntu installed before and
> > suspend/resume worked for you then?
> >
> I was using dapper before and it was exactly the same problem with suspend.
> Hibernate was not working neither with Dapper, but except my ipw3945 problem,
> hibernate now work pretty well with Edgy.
> (My current system is a fresh install of Edgy, not an upgrade from Dapper)
> Regards,
> Nicolas.
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