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    Thumbs down openSUSE Suspend to RAM and Suspend to Disk

    I have never been able to use suspend to RAM in its default form ever on a variety of hardware. - Suspend to Disk is flaky at best.

    For those who have created bug reports in vane about this issue, I know the instant reply is to change to 'INVALID' and the reporter is directed by URL to all the parameters that can be used with power management.

    If any of the suspend to X does not work we are all suppose to try every available option to get it to work. Bug reports are not accepted ever.

    I would really like to know if it works for other users* and I am therefore unlucky?!

    What I really want to know is using all defaults:-

    How many people out there does native suspend to RAM work for?

    How many people out there does native suspend to disk work for?

    What version are you using?

    *Please discount yourself if you work for Suse.de or Novell.de
    Last edited by swerdna; 27-Mar-2011 at 10:06.
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    Default Re: openSUSE Suspend to RAM and Suspend to Disk

    * zczc2311 wrote, On 02/03/2009 03:46 AM:

    > *Please discount yourself if you work for Suse.de or Novell.de


    Care to elaborate?

    Uwe

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    Exclamation Re: openSUSE Suspend to RAM and Suspend to Disk

    Dear Global Moderator I am always happy to read and value your input. From most all your contributions I have read, I think you more than fit into an active user audience.

    I did not mean to try to make this an exclusive thread and perhaps I worded my text poorly. I should also realize that often the translation of anyones text into another language may result in an obtuse dialog.

    Yes I do recall that your first language is English and would always value your input of anything I write that either presents or translates into either a verbose or obtuse dialog.

    I was just after contributions of user orientated people rather than solely technical people who may not be able to detach them themselves from soapbox threads as issues here are of strong opinion and subject.

    I would never intend any dialog ever written by me or anyone else to be non-inclusive. Perhaps I am trying to use text in a survey type where one of the question indicates the information from a narrow audience.

    But Hey, Thanks for getting me to expand on this thread because as soon as I hit the submit button I thought more widely on how it could possibly be misinterpreted and be some what obtuse in nature.

    I should have requested a reply note to state if the author was working for Suse.de or Novell.de


    Quote Originally Posted by buckesfeld View Post
    * zczc2311 wrote, On 02/03/2009 03:46 AM:

    > *Please discount yourself if you work for Suse.de or Novell.de


    Care to elaborate?

    Uwe
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    Default Re: openSUSE Suspend to RAM and Suspend to Disk

    Note that much of the suspend-to-ram-or-disk comes from upstream sources, which means that flaws in the kernel / video drivers (for example) can and will cause issues.

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    Default Re: openSUSE Suspend to RAM and Suspend to Disk

    Hi;
    Always had Compaq/HP laptops, since I remember and never had problems with suspend

    currently on compaq presario v2418au amd/ati - although native ati fglrx drivers can hang graphics card, but on the other hand you need to install those yourself, out of the box you get ati/radeon open source drivers which never gave me any pain.

    Cheers.

    /me wondering whether to elaborate on above post.

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    Default Re: openSUSE Suspend to RAM and Suspend to Disk

    * zczc2311 wrote, On 02/03/2009 08:16 AM:

    > I should have requested a reply note to state if the author was working
    > for Suse.de or Novell.de


    Okay, but *why*? :-)

    Uwe

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    Default Re: openSUSE Suspend to RAM and Suspend to Disk

    It has worked on my past three laptops Averatec, HP, Compaq.

    It currently works on my ASUS latop, and my wifes Acer Aspire One.

    I am just a Linux user/enthusiast.

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    Default Re: openSUSE Suspend to RAM and Suspend to Disk

    Suspend to disk works for me in 10.3
    Suspend to Disk/RAM works for me in 11.1

    Am using FOSS drivers only at moment.

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    Default Re: openSUSE Suspend to RAM and Suspend to Disk

    Quote Originally Posted by Chrysantine View Post
    Note that much of the suspend-to-ram-or-disk comes from upstream sources, which means that flaws in the kernel / video drivers (for example) can and will cause issues.
    Yes but does it work for you?
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    Default Re: openSUSE Suspend to RAM and Suspend to Disk

    Quote Originally Posted by buckesfeld View Post
    * zczc2311 wrote, On 02/03/2009 08:16 AM:

    > I should have requested a reply note to state if the author was working
    > for Suse.de or Novell.de


    Okay, but *why*? :-)

    Uwe
    I can always count on a giggle from you - No I am just a user out there like most all.

    Please everyone - I am not trying to make this issue exclusive - I just want to know what happns for users out there and as such I requested a narrow audience
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