[SOLVED] Suspend to ram ( sleep) does not work on my Slackware64-current multilib
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I would like to know who provided that BIOS. I wonder if that will break other boot loaders like EXTLINUX.
I hate to say that it was an ASUS motherboard. The damn tech just said that not enough people use Linux to justify a re-write of the offending code.
Here is part of one e-mail
Originally Posted by Jack1 He (tsd AT asus.com.tw)
Re:<TSD> Motherboard M3A32-MVP DELUXE/WIFI-AP [ID=RWTM2011070509294825-713]
After updating BIOS, please load default the BIOS setting for a try.
If the issue still remains, please consider to re-install a new clear OS and test again.
As the motherboard does not support Linux formally, if possible, please install a Windows OS for a further check.
Otherwise, please try to downgrade the BIOS, but we could not guarantee that it would be successful. 100%
Last edited by andrewthomas; 10-22-2013 at 07:31 PM.
Reason: added motherboard info
I have been used Asus motherboard since 2008 and no Linux ( Slackware ) problem.
I am not saying ASUS is bad. My last 4 motherboards have been ASUS boards. It was just 1 bad update that I wish that I wouldn't have done. I would have been better off with the new CPU in a different mb. But oh well, live and learn. I have actually bought another ASUS board since this problem.