On Tue, 2005-01-04 at 02:32 +0100, Martin Theiss wrote: [...] > > Is there any chance to get my notebook to work after an suspend-to-ram > > with a working screen? It stays blank after resuming not depending on > > framebuffer (vesafb) or the X-server (I deactivated both to test it). > > Same problem here, suspend-to-RAM isn't implemented in the best way. I guess > your video card isn't initialized. You could try to start a dummy xserver > after the resume, which in some cases can softboot the graphic card. If it > doesn't work I don't know any other solution for suspend-to-RAM to work. I use vbetool to initialize the graphics card after resume. Although I do not have a thinkpad you might check it out - it is supposed to work with a wide range of video cards (vesa compliant). cheers, Hp. -- Hanspeter Kunz Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Ph.D. Student Department of Information Technology Email: firstname.lastname@example.org University of Zurich Tel: +41.(0)44.63-54306 Andreasstrasse 15, Office 2.12 http://ailab.ch/people/hkunz CH-8050 Zurich, Switzerland Spamtraps: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org --- He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet.
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