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Old 07-17-2007, 03:54 AM   #1
pramodmudrakarta
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Suspend/Hibernate malfunctioning(Debian)


Hi,
I have Debian installed on my computer. The OS is able to hibernate/suspend the computer but there is a problem while resuming/wake-up. The screen doesn't change from blank state and there is no hard-drive activity also. In the case of hibernate, the screen goes blank after it loads from hibernation-file(or equivalent).

I did not have this problem earlier when I hadn't updated my Debian installation. This problem started when I updated my system.

Any help is appreciated.


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Pramod
 
  


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