I have installed the latest virtualbox 4.1 on my desktop and laptop. It hosed suspend and hibernate.
The laptop is A Dell D630 with Intel Core2 Duo CPU, the desktop is an AMD based ASUS M3N78-VM mobo with Athlon II x2 250 CPU. Debian Testing 32-bit (same results with the 2.6.39 and the 3.0 kernels). Both have nvidia cards though - the desktop an integrated 8200, the laptop a NVS 135M. But suspend/hibernate was working before with the 4.0 series virtualbox.
The workaround is to clear the vboxpci vboxnetadp vboxnetflt vboxdrv modules from the memory before suspend/hibernate. I added the
service vboxdrv stop
rmmod vboxpci vboxnetadp vboxnetflt vboxdrv
lines to my sleep script (i dont use power managers, just the acpi powerbutton/lid scripts modified). Everything is ok now.
Installed Debian 8.2 a while back, and I've been having issues with getting the machine to suspend correctly. If I try to put it to sleep when logged in to my regular user account the screen just goes black and then the computer hangs. However if I put it to sleep as root everything works fine. I do this by running this command (as root):
Code: Select allsystemctl suspend
What can I do about this? Worked fine on Debian wheezy..
Btw, just found this in the dmesg log. Connected perhaps..?
Code: Select all[ 6.863018] ACPI Warning: SystemIO range 0x00000000000018e0-0x00000000000018ff conflicts with OpRegion 0x00000000000018e0-0x00000000000018ef (\_SB_.PCI0.SBUS.SMBI) (20140424/utaddress-258) [ 6.863028] ACPI:
If an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the native driver
I've been running 6.0.2 amd64 stable since release day and recently have noticed my suspend and hibernate do not work. Normally I have transmission running and have set it to not enter sleep mode while torrents are active. However today I have not had transmission and was wanting to see if the sleep mode options would kick in. So I have set my display to "sleep when inactive for" 5 mins (this works perfect) I have set "put computer to sleep when inactive for" 10 mins (this does not work at all)
When I try to manually test suspend my display flashes black for a few seconds but remains backlit, then asks me to log back in When I manually go into hibernate mode my display turns off, pops back on for a second and in a terminal says something about a usb device (something failed but it happens so fast I cannot read it)
I've tried editing .xinitrc to contain ck-launch-session and dbus-launch to no avail. Console kit is installed. I'm using Sid without a login manager, and xfce's suspend and hibernate work fine on my Wheezy computer. Xfce4-session and consolekit are installed. Is this a problem with permissions?
I am running Squeeze on an older Compaq EVO laptop with radeon graphics.
A few months ago, after an upgrade, suspend and hibernate stopped working. The suspend or hibernate worked fine, but the resume just hung with a black screen. I finally got around to looking into it and found a workaround.
The workaround is to disable Kernel Mode Setting for the radeon. This can be done by adding the boot parameter "radeon.modeset=0" or by editing /etc/modprobe.d/radeon-kms.conf so that it includes the line "options radeon modeset=0".
If you are interested in the details, you can search for problem reports related to radeon kernel mode setting.
Just got Ubuntu 9.10 and I'm liking it a lot, but my computer refuses to go into hibernate or suspend. I have a Dell M1530 but I don't really think it's a dell hardware issue because it's not just when I close the screen, it's also when I click suspend or hibernate from the menu.
There should be the suspend and hibernate buttons in th System Menu, but there is only two options, Shut down and Log off.Also, in the Power Manager Preferences window, it has no option for suspend and hibernate.
I am having some pain with my new Squeeze installation, I am not sure if I am asking to much of it or it is an easy fix.
Firstly my system is laptop which I regularly plug a second monitor into. The video adaptor is an ATI HD4550 mobile.
My problem is that when ever suspend or hibernate my system, and even sometime when I boot up the screen(s) are just blank, although sometime they don't, it always happens if I suspend by closing the lid of my laptop, and only sometime happend with through Gnome is go ->System->Shutdown->Suspend. This is really annoying.
Another issue which I think is connected is that as I said I have a second monitor (most of the time) and when I boot up then it works until I log in, then a message pops up say the configuration can not be applied and it revert to Mirror mode or it does this thing where it places the second screen inside (virtually) the built in Laptop panel, it will not let me fix this through the monitors dialog just displaying the same message. I can fix this by doing
invoke-rc.d gmd3 restart
This gets as far as killing Gnome them it prints an error the to console, at which point Imopen a new terminal by ctrl+alt+f2 and invoke-rc.d gmd3 stop invoke-rc.d gmd3 start
then it works fine and even remember that I set the secondary screen to be the primary monitor through xrandr.
I tried install fgrlx drivers instead but it didn't really fix the issue, so I removed them.
I installed the debian 6 on the tninkpad T42, use the Suspend,it can entry the suspend state，I type the key let it come back, it can exit the suspend state, But the screen always display "black",can't come back the X window.
How do I enable suspend in Lenny currently I can shut down or hibernate. In ubuntu on a different computer I can suspend which resumes very quickly can this work on Lenny also it does not hibernate properly anyway, there are error messages.
after i installed latest ATI proprietary drivers ( 9.3 legacy drivers) for my HP compaq nc6000 with a "Mobility Radeon 9600" the standby and the suspension stopped working, i mean, if i try to suspend or hibernate my laptop, it closes X (this is fine) but after it gets freezed on the whole screen black with just a blinking underscore and nothing more, neither an error message after reboot.All i can do is to force shutdown by pressing poweron button for 5 secs.I'm running on a lenny, stable with stable repo.What can i do to understand where does this problem comes from and maybe fix it?
I have a server with Debian Wheezy. I already setup Wake-On-LAN (from halt) and works just fine, but i need to have Wake-On-LAN from suspend or hibernate. None of them works, despite multiple solutions I tried.
The server is mainly used for remote backups and i will like to be able to suspend/wake on LAN automatically on certain period of time (when backups occur) or manually.
The first try was based on [URL] .... and [URL] ..... but without success.
I also tried: uswsusp and hibernate .. intended on using even TuxOnIce but looks complicate..
In BIOS there are some settings to manage the fans (Fan Speed Control Modes) which is set to 3 (Workstation). I also disabled all USB devices in BIOS (since i don't need them and i have read that some USB may create problems)
I used pm-utils and once i try suspend/hibernate the machine hangs with the fans still running ... and with some other hardware suspended.
# acpitool -e Code: Select all Kernel version : 3.2.0-4-686-pae20110623 - ACPI version : 20110623 ----------------------------------------------------------- Battery status : <not available> AC adapter : <info not available or off-line> Fan : <not available>
I've configured my debian lenny to load first the command line, then if i want I load the X server, but doing this to that way I don't have the suspend/hibernate functions from the gnome menu, so, my question is:
what is the command to suspend / hibernate my system at any moment I decide?
Enabling kernel modesetting on my computer breaks graphics, but Xorg.log and syslog don't tell me much, because they don't log any error.
The symptoms are the following: boot goes on normally, then the KDM login screen is corrupted. On the login screen there is a big square instead of the cursor, and that square does move as I move the mouse. If I press Ctrl+Alt+F1 I'll get a black screen instead of the terminal, and from there I cannot go back to virtual terminal 7 for login. The only thing I can do is to issue sys-requests for read-only remount and reboot.
Where could I start looking for the problem? What does it seem to be related to, Xorg, kernel, radeon driver?
I upgraded testing today on my intel laptop. During the upgrade I got the message that the new kernel would require additional firmware, see attached. Is the solution for this to install the driver from Realtek? [URL] If so, the instructions said to check if the driver was already installed, but what does the output below mean?
I have just updated my Squeeze system. The update included a newer version of network-manager (and it can not be more than a few hours old). After the update all network functionality on my machine (via knetwork-manager) is broken. The GUI applet has no effect.
Hence can anyone help me: a) Downgrade network-manager by one version; b) Find out what is causing knetworkmanager to break; c) See if the problem is with knetworkmanager or network-manager.
I just updated my Debian testing as usual (apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade), and it totally screwed up Nvidia drivers. I had to revert to integrated graphic card to start Xorg. After that, I noticed that libgl1-nvidia-glx is missing, and when I tried to install it back, it produces the following:
Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable distribution that some required packages have not yet been created or been moved out of Incoming. The following information may help to resolve the situation:
The following packages have unmet dependencies: libgl1-nvidia-glx : Depends: libgl1-nvidia-alternatives but it is not going to be installed E: Broken packages
I use my laptop at the college, and I've to suspend him frequently. So, I've decided to install the package pm-utils, to hibernate my PC, instead of power off it. When I try to do "# pm-hibernate", a tty appear, and this error is displayed :
[3506.405310] pm_op(): usb_dev_suspend+0x0/0xa [usbcore] returns -2 [3506.405310] PM: Device usb1 failed to freeze: error -2 This is the result in pm-suspend.log : Initial commandline parameters:
My Thinkpad T61 just got a Corsair X256 SSD in the ultrabay (where the CD usually is). This works well except for hibernating. Earlier I had a traditional HDD drive there which also hibernates just fine.After a failed hibernate the machine hangs with this message on screen:
I have Debian 6 (squeeze), I have also seen this under Ubuntu (can not remember how I fixed it). (has worked in ubuntu 10.10)I can hibernate, but when I switch on the system cold boots (it does not restore previous session).Note suspend works fine. Have looked in /var/log/pm-suspend.log Shows for each block of suspend suspend a block of resume suspend, but hibernate hibernate is not followed by resume hibernate ( I assume that is what is expected.)
On my HP i7 based laptop the latest kernel 2.6.33-147 and possibly Nouveau/X.org seems to have broken suspend. ie If the laptop is suspended then when woke, the screen is dead and networking does not work and I cannot change to a different console.If I boot the previous kernel this behaviour does not occur.
I have sometimes use my PC for games, thus i need EAX support from this. Linux X-Fi drivers works well, exept it's prevent my system to go S3 standby. If i do blacklist snd_ctxfi suspend works after reboot.
I just updated my kernel to the latest version (2.6.35-24). Now my suspend function on my Thinkpad SL510 no longer works. The system simply hangs with a solid cursor in the corner of a black screen. USB devices remain powered on, HDD keeps spinning, and all indicator lights remain lit. When this happens, the only thing I can do is hold the power button down for a hard power off.My first thought would be to troubleshoot this with dmesg, but I don't know how to record dmesg after a power off. The message buffer is reset when I reboot.
I recently installed Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. When I partitioned my HDD, I ran out of available partitions and so couldn't make a Swap Partition.I pushed on anyway, because I read here that you can create a Swap File instead of a partition that does the same thing. I've made the Swap File and it's activated (I know because during shutdown there's a message that flashes very quickly that says "Deactivating Swap [OK]".
But here's the real problem. My Ubuntu refuses to Suspend or Hibernate. The screen just goes black and the backlight stays on. Since one of the main functions of the swap file is to facilitate Suspend and Hibernate,I upgraded from 9.10 Karmic Koala, which suspended and hibernated normally.
I have installed squeeze on a HP notebook. I have one small problem though.It does not resume from suspend. If I shutdown -> suspend, or close the the lid, or shut downs (suspends) as expected, but whenower it backup up, the screen just stays black.Hibernate is working fine.
output of lspci (if needed) 00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset Memory Controller Hub (rev 07)
I have a web server running on my laptop(in fact , it's a netbook). But I found it always hibernate automatically in a certain time .(In fact , I don't know what's the differences between hibernate or suspend. So I call this hibernate instead.) I am sure I have disabled the hibernate function in Power-Management from the System menu. But it still hibernates as usual.So could someone tell me how to disable it ( suspend,hibernate whatever )?
jeff@jeff-lappy:~$ sudo hibernate hibernate:Warning: Tuxonice binary signature file not found. Some modules failed to unload: nvidia hibernate: Aborting suspend due to errors in ModulesUnloadBlacklist (use --force to override).
I even installed this tuxonice thing but to no avail...