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Old 23rd March 2009, 12:22 PM
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Lenovo y530 suspend problems

I installed F10 on my laptop (Lenovo y530). All devices work fine but suspend doesn't work.

When I try to suspend I see this text on a screen:
Freezing user space processes [OK]
Freezing remaining frizable tasks [OK]
Suspending console(s) (use no_console_suspend to debug)

After that my laptop doesn't respond, so I turn it off. That is all. I tried to use s2ram, I experimented with a lot of parameters but I always get the same result.

About hibernate:
I see the same text when I use Hibenate but it restores a state of fedora. So hibernate works, it just doesn't turn off the laptop.

About tuxonice:
I tried to use a kernel with tuxonice. Tuxoniced hibenate works (it turns off the laptop), but I need suspend to ram too.

What should I do?
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