Re: Suspend and Hibernate in Etch not working on Asus L3400Tp laptop
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- Date: Thu, 09 Aug 2007 09:55:58 +0200
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Michael, thanks for your great suggestion, hibernate works now.
I am thinking about posting a bug report to bugzilla.gnome.org, as the
gnome-power-manager FAQ suggests.
Do you think the hibernate script can be associated to the hibernate
command in the gnome-power-manager?
How about suspend?
On Wed, 2007-08-08 at 11:56 +0200, Michael **** wrote:
> > previously a Fedora User, I found out that VMWare does not support it,
> > so I switched to Debian and installed the Etch, network install from
> > business card cdrom.
> > If I try to suspend, the screen locker comes on, and after I type my
> > password, it says:
> > "Suspend Problem
> > Your computer failed to suspend. Check the FAQ page for common
> > problems."
> > Same with trying to hibernate:
> > "Hibernate Problem
> > HAL failed to hibernate. Check the FAQ page for common problems."
> > In Fedora 6 it did both extremely well. What could be the problem /
> > solution?
> Did you try to hibernate using the hibernate script from the console.
> Try it with hibernate -F /etc/hibernate/hibernate.conf and you will see
> more. I habe also problems using the gnome-power-manager to suspend my