FC5T3 Suspend/Resume Fails

Uno Engborg uno at webworks.se
Sun Mar 5 06:13:51 UTC 2006

Miles Lane wrote:
> On 3/4/06, Gregory Gulik <greg at gulik.org> wrote:
>>  I don't believe the NVIDIA closed source driver is suspend compatible.  I
>> too had the same trouble and I switched to the open source nv driver and on
>> 2 out of 3 of my NVIDIA based systems it worked perfectly and suspend/resume
>> now works, mostly.
>>  Clayton Rogers wrote:
>> Hi,
>>  I have a Toshiba Tecra A4 with an Nvidia video card and the nvidia driver
>> installed.  I'm able to shut the lid and suspend the laptop which works
>> great.  However, when I open the lid to resume everything it "seems" to
>> startup ok except I don't get any video.
>>  Is there any options I can configure with the new power management software
>> to rmmod nvidia and modprobe nvidia?
>>  (I believe this is what the problem is)
> Well, resume fails for me on my laptop with an Intel 82852/855GM
> Integrated Graphics Device.  The screen remains black and the only
> button that gets a response is the power button.
> Miles
I have the same problem on my Thinkpad R50e with the same chip.
I can ssh into it  though, and everything else seam to be running.

Uno Engborg
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