Magnus Therning wrote:
I have a desktop system that is fully capable of hibernating and suspending. Both % pm-hibernate and % pm-suspend work beautifully. I don't need to supply any further command line options. Resuming is also no problems. Despite this gnome-power-manager refuses to let me hibernate/suspend using the shutdown dialogue. Confusingly the message written to /var/log/messages on an attempt to hibernate is: Jun 30 22:11:55 tatooine gnome-power-manager: (magnus) Resuming computer Jun 30 22:11:55 tatooine gnome-power-manager: (magnus) hibernate failed I'm not really sure how to get this working from Gnome. The quirks pages don't seem to handle this situation...
What does /var/log/pm-suspend.log say, when you call suspend/hibernate via g-p-m?
Is your user in group powerdev? Is your machine listed in hal-info to require quirks (lshal | grep quirk)? What graphic adapter / graphics driver / kernel version do you use? Cheers, Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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