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Re: [Solved] Re: Suspend to RAM fails in Debian Wheezy 64 bits

Camaleón writes:

> On Fri, 20 Jul 2012 18:34:35 +0200, Gaël DONVAL wrote:
>> Le vendredi 20 juillet 2012 à 17:45 +0200, Gaël DONVAL a écrit :
>>> > > 3) DE
>>> > > Typical Gnome 3.4 install.
>>> > >
>>> > >
>>> > I'm having the same problem with nvidia drivers, but KDE4.
>>> I guess Nvidia is once again the one to blame … That began to happen
>>> right after I upgraded to nvidia-glx 302.17-3, the 12th of July and
>>> that wouldn't be the 1st time.
>>> Does anyone know if Nvidia drivers can generate a log file? My
>>> Xorg.0.log is clean and my syslog does not say anything about Nvidia …
>> Switched to Nouveau.
>> There are visual glitches and the fan is always on (slowest RPM though)
>> but I can stop and recover my desktop at will.
> If nvidia driver is the one making noise here, you can try to it avoid  
> going to sleep and see if that can make the trick to resume flawlessly.
> "man pm-suspend" for more info and more specifically the 
> "SUSPEND_MODULES" variable.

It seems it doesn't work:

Unloading kernel module nvidia...FATAL: Module nvidia is in use.

Nevertheless, I think that even if the module could be unloaded, that
would kill the X server and the session as well.


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