Testing report: Did the 14.04 upgrade . . . how do I fix it?
este.el.paz at gmail.com
Sun Aug 31 20:56:38 UTC 2014
Thanks for the reply, appreciate the time . . . nothing that spending some
time on couldn't help . . . but, something for a rainy day then. This is
sort of the first time where an upgrade in ubuntu kinda broke the system,
needing effort to get the base system to work OK . . . whereas in other
distros minor upgrades could break stuff, each time. Perhaps this is part
of the "hwdetect??" bug?
Got the same "would you like to upgrade to 14.04" in my iMac 12.04 . . .
but knowing that the "nv" driver is no longer available, nope . . . not
this time. The iBook is a couple two three years "younger" and already
"radeon" is not included? Whereas with 12.04 the install on the iBook was
completely painless, box stock ran the computer with no fiddling . . .
suspend worked, everything worked . . . except maybe sound???? : - ))
On Sun, Aug 31, 2014 at 1:26 PM, Israel <israeldahl at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Fritz,
> AFAIK suspend is directly tied to the graphics card.
> Not sure how you can go about fixing this though. Maybe someone else has
> the same graphics card... you can always duckduckgo-ogle it
> On 08/31/2014 03:17 PM, Fritz Hudnut wrote:
> @Israel, et al:
> Yeah, tested "suspend" or rather "revive from suspend" and that is not
> working in 14.04 PPC on the iBook.
> Any thoughts on suspend in the iBook would be appreciated, might be that
> the 646 MB RAM might not be sufficient for 14.04??? Might be nice if it
> was just a matter of a GUI setting in "power management"????
> F / e.e.p.
> -- Regards
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