Hibernation and edgy
gcvisel at gmail.com
Wed Nov 22 17:47:25 UTC 2006
Yep, I'd sure like that!
On Wed, 2006-11-22 at 17:07 +0100, Eric Lemoine wrote:
> On 11/22/06, Tchize <tchize at myrealbox.com> wrote:
> > What is the status of Hibernation on edgy?
> > I have installed edgy on 3 desktop computer now. Each now show the 'put
> > computer in hibernation' button on logout dialog. Out of those 3, only
> > one (the older one) works properly when put in hibernation. (That made
> > the user very happy btw has it was a "damn fast boot"). Another one just
> > do a fast halt and upon reboot i see a bunch of fsck. It does not
> > attempt at boot to recover from hibernation it seems. The last one does
> > restore from hibernation (at least it looks like it has same behaviour
> > as working one), but just after restarting screen server put everything
> > in some power saving mode, mode which i can't get out, considering it
> > seems my usb mouse and usb keyboard are disabled (saw some usb related
> > error messages before powersaving mode). I have to manually shutdown
> > computer and start it again for a normal boot.
> > Is it a normal behaviour for hibernation to fail?
> I also experienced problems with hibernate on edgy. Given that it
> didn't work out-of-the-box, I tried the uswsusp package (user-space
> software suspend), but that didn't help. The s2disk binary shipped in
> the uswsusp package segfaults! See <https://launchpad.net/bugs/69715>.
> I finally went back to swsusp2, which currently is neither in the
> official kernel nor in the Ubuntu kernel. swsusp2 comes as a kernel
> patch, and it works just great on my PC. If you want to give swsusp2 a
> try, tell me, I'll write a procedure to have it on edgy.
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