Suspend Issues on Ubuntu 8.04, 2.6.24-19 realtime kernel, HP Pavilion dv8210us
This is something I'm noticing back on 2.6.24; as I suspect that there's some common thread linking this with typical suspend issues, I would appreciate some clarification here.
I'm working on a bit of a theory in Ubuntu 8.04 after experiencing suspend issues on a Pavilion dv8210us laptop. It appears that the X server isn't rebuilt correctly after resuming from a suspend-to-RAM (this appears to be the same issue that affects suspend-to-disk on my system). From my experience, I've had to use Ctrl-Alt-F7 to refocus the session on a usable login prompt (this should be the default session, but for whatever reason, X isn't being told to use it - and my wireless configuration seems to be forgotten at some point, but that's a trivial issue here).
Does anyone have any idea what exactly is going on, and how this can be corrected?
Last edited by orethrius; 01-14-2009 at 07:57 PM.
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