I have a HP G60 Laptop on which is installed Fedora 12 64 bit (x86_64, Constantine). (as the second operating system sharing the harddisk with a Windows 7 sitting on another promary partition.)
My problem is this: Whenever I resume a session after suspend (after laptop lid is closed and opened) or when I try to login from a screen lock when the screensaver has been on for a while, I get back into the session and find that the system is very very slow, almost like the system is hung! The only way I can get back to normal is by rebooting or typing at the command line "pkill -KILL -u <myself>" so that I re-login into a new session.
What could I do to fix this problem?