On Thu, 2015-07-23 at 16:48 -0500, golinux wrote: > On 2015-07-21 21:26, Ben Hutchings wrote: > > On Tue, 2015-07-21 at 19:48 -0500, golinux wrote: > > > > > > I appreciate the timely response. Why did you think it might be the > > > nVidia driver? Maybe compiz is the culprit? I just checked the the > > > .xsession-errors and nothing is jumping out at me (but what do I > > > know). > > > There is some polkit-gnome-authentication and python stuff mentioned. > > > Currently, there are a few pending upgrades including a few for python > > > so I should probably do that. Just don't want to make things worse. > > > > > > I just tried hibernation and it did work, though I had to change > > > desktops to get the monitor to display/draw completely. Then there > > > was > > > another kernel failure message. Perhaps there is something new in > > > there. I see nvidia mentioned along with lots of other stuff. Any > > > more > > > thoughts? > > [...] > > > > Sorry, I don't think I can help further. > > > > Ben. > > > > Hmm . . . Haven't had the keyboard time yet to check out an upgrade to > the nVidia driver. But if it were the driver, why would hibernation > work but not suspend? Because they are very different operations. > Or maybe it's just easier to point a finger elsewhere than to > troubleshoot an LTS version that will not be supported for much longer . > . . Paid support is available, but don't expect me to spend time on LTS for free. Ben. > Perhaps someone else has a suggestion? -- Ben Hutchings It is easier to change the specification to fit the program than vice versa.
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