Re: Suspend and X
I set replies to go to debian-laptop.
I actually posted one solution to the debian-laptop list this morning. I
force the laptop to switch to vt 1 when it suspends. Add the following
script to /etc/apm/event.d/01chvt (be sure it's executable):
# change to vt1 when suspending to keep X from locking
if [ "$1" = suspend ]; then
Of course after suspending the system comes back up on vt 1, but I can
easily switch back to X if it keeps the system from crashing.
Does anyone know how to grab Fn-F1 (Setup Menu) or Fn-F3 (Battery
status) that switch back to text mode? They also crash if you hit
those keys from X, but are fine from a text console.
If you find out how do suspend without switching to a text console
first, please let us know.
On Tue, Jun 06, 2000 at 08:11:24AM +0000, Mats Rynge wrote:
> I'm running potato + kernel 2.2.14 on my laptop, a Dell Inspiron 7000. I
> used to be able to susend the thing without any problems at all, but
> then something happend. I can't recall that I changed anything or that I
> did see any updates on apmd. Now I can only suspend when I am in console
> mode. When I try it under X, the thing just freezes. I can tell that it
> does something right because it shuts down my pcmcia card before
> freezing. I have tried to recompile the kernel with different apm
> options and I have tried to run X with different window managers, but
> nothing helped. I have no clue on what to do now. Any ideas?
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