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Old 7th April 2017, 10:07 AM
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Re: Overnight Crash of Fedora 25 Laptop

I spoke too soon! :-(

Only error is last night at eight PM or so . .

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april 06 20:22:47 myname kernel: [drm:gen9_set_dc_state [i915]] *ERROR* DC state mismatch (0x0 -> 0x2)
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Old 7th April 2017, 11:14 AM
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Re: Overnight Crash of Fedora 25 Laptop

Did you try to ssh into a "freezed" machine?

I can't see anything useful in journalctl log you've posted. Not sure what error you've posted means, but if it happened at different time from a "crash" it is possible it is not related to this issue.

ssh will tell if machine is locked at driver or desktop level.
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