[CentOS] suspend/resume system crash
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Tue Dec 9 16:40:34 UTC 2008
on 12-9-2008 8:21 AM Sergej kandyla spake the following:
> Max Hetrick wrote:
>> Sergej Kandyla wrote:
>>> I've installed CentOS 5.2 i386 (with all updates) on notebook Fujutsu
>>> Siemens Esprimo U9200
>>> Suspending works normal, but after resuming my system crashes.
>>> There are no messages about that in /var/log/messages, only after
>>> reboot system I see in gnome:
>> I have a ThinkPad, but I've never been able to get suspend/resume to
>> work right with CentOS. Hibernation, however, worked fine for me until I
>> started using disk encryption. Now, it too bombs because it can't wake
>> up my encrypted file systems.
>> Have you tried seeing if hibernation works? I know it's not the same,
>> but I know I've never had a laptop that suspend/resume worked when using
> Thanks for reply!
> Yes, hibernation (sleep mode) works fine...
> I'm confused... Not only my freebsd can't work with all hardware :)
> ( Off course I understand that CentOS is server oriented linux, but I
> want use on desktop such system that I'm using on my servers. )
> Also I've tried update gnome-power-manager-2.16.0-9.el5 to
> but this didn't take a results.
Be careful dropping Fedora RPMs in unchanged. They are usually compiled to
many different libraries. Sometimes you can get away with recompiling the src
rpm, but that is getting harder with every new version of Fedora that comes out.
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