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I have managed to successfully track down and reproduce with accuracy a problem I have for some time now when I go from suspend to ram to resume, on my slackware box (slackware 13 right now in fact...).
The issue goes on like this:
I am using a notebook computer.
1. I suspend to ram with the power cord plugged in(from xfce, but should not matter, it uses pm-utils triggered by specific hal scripts as far as I see)
2. I remove the power cord after suspend to ram is compelete.
3. I wait like 10s, then resume by pressing the power button briefly
4. All I got is a blank screen with an unresponsive computer, all I can do is powering down by pressing and holding the power button pressed for a few seconds (hard shutdown).
Now, I suspect the problem is generated by the fact the computer resumes from standby and udev (most likely) or hal has a device list database that does not correspond to the real facts anymore. I have tried to log udev and hald messages (with debug logging activated) to syslog, but after the hard reboot I can see there is not even one syslog message at from time I resumed from suspend, so not sure what and at what level locks the machine.
Any ideas which could shed some light on this issue are much appreciated.