Just wonna say that I've used this site soo much without even having to post, which I think is a testament to how brilliant the community is..
Okay, ass kissing over..
I recently wanted to address the following issue:
When I hibernate my HP Pavilion dv6095ea, running Werewolf, it works fine, as does/did suspend. I say fine, I mean as well as most can expect laptops to!! But I found it annoying that hibernating Fedora caused grub to be modified or whatever so that on next power up, it goes straight into booting back up into Fedora and resuming (I heard it being referred to as 'grub having hook placed on it'???)
Anyways, I found a post saying that if I commented out code in the relevant file, in this case
, it would stop the hook. Another post indicated that simply placing
at the top of the file would stop this from happening.
So I followed the latter approach and added 'exit 0'.
Since then, suspend/hibernate has stopped working and when I initiate it, it logs me out and i get 4 lines of output as follows:
PM: Preparing system for mem sleep
Stopping tasks ... done.
PM: entering mem sleep
It just sits there, not hung but happy just sitting. I've subsequently removed the line from the top (Duh!!) but it still does it.. So have I broken something else by putting that single 'exit 0' line in the file and then removing it?
I recently updated to 22.214.171.124-115 and can confirm that suspend has worked since the update but not since the twit that I am broke it.
Thanks in advance for advice