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I am really impressed by the stability of this distro compared to Debian for instance , and I think I am going to install it on my other disk drives.
One feature which I find really usefull is the suspend to disk! It's really fast compared to normal boot/shutdown, but the only problem I have is with the screen not comming back to normal state, even if I switch it again, it stays locked and I have to reboot the machine to unlock it!!!
How could I solve this problem folks
Finally an answer !!!
Thanks, but I think that I'm using relatively new driver for my GeForce FX 5200 !
Do you think it's an ACPI issue in the kernel ?
I will try to install a new kernel and see if it solves my problem !
I'll keep you updated mates...
It must be an issue with the graphics driver, because I installed the same ditro (SuSE 9.3) on an other HDD but without the driver, and all works fine !!!
The screen isn't locked any more, but on the other hand I cannot get acceleration which is really frustrating because I planned to install Cedega and test some games...
Does the last driver from nVIDIA solve the problem ???
Well I just installed the latest kernel (18.104.22.168) and strangely there are only three buttons (terminate session, shutdown and reboot), but not the suspend button !!!
Really strange isn't it ???
How could I solve this new problem ???