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Re: Suspend or hibernate - how?



On Fri, 2004-05-28 at 14:53, Dexter Ang wrote:
> Travis Fraser wrote:
> > On Wed, 2004-05-26 at 11:49, Dexter Ang wrote:
> > [snip]
> >>I've love to know as well. I'm currently using testing rpm of kernel 
> >>2.6.6-1.383. The same result after resuming from suspend. I lose all 
> >>ability to point using my USB mouse or touchpad. Even an init 3 then 
> >>init 5 doesn't restore them. Only a reboot does. Also, my LCD monitor on 
> >>my Thinkpad T30 doesn't turn off.
> >> [snip]
> > 
> > What happens if you switch to a virtual terminal and suspend, then
> > resume and switch back to X?
> > 
> > Travis Fraser
> 
> I've just tried this. Switched to virtual terminal (ctrl-alt-f1), then 
> suspend. Resume, then return to X (ctrl-alt-f7). My USB mouse and 
> touchpad still worked! The strange thing was, after a few seconds 
> (around 25 by my count), the USB mouse no longer worked, but my 
> previously non-working-in-FC2 pointing stick and buttons suddenly 
> worked! Pointing stick and touchpad and USB mouse used to work in FC1 
> altogether without any problems. Now only USB mouse and touchpad works. 
> So I was quite surprised that suddenly the pointing stick works.
> 
> Anyway, seems USB ports died on resume after that 25 seconds. As 
> plugging mouse and other USB devices on the 2 ports no longer worked.
> 
> dex
> 
I have serious problems with USB after resuming from suspend. My USB 
controller dies. How about removing the modules before suspend, and
re-install them after resume, as Ow Mun Heng suggested previously in
this thread?

Travis Fraser



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