framebuffer works fine on my laptop, but after any form of suspend and resume the screen gets garbled. X works fine though, it's just the screen in console that gets messed up. Is there anyway to "reset" the console screens somehow after a resume?
caveats section says:
Note that I am using a bootsplash framebuffer console. If you have problems with the screen garbled after resume, try vga=normal as parameter. Alhough Documentation/power/video.txt says that framebuffer consoles are likely to screw things up, it does seem to work for me (tm) using vesafb. Powermanagement support in framebuffer drivers is still a little flaky, so you might be lucky - or not. ;-) Documentation/power/video.txt from the linux kernel source has some clues, you should read that if you have problems with your video.
Thanks again, phrakture
So, I guess there's nothing to do about at this stage. I just wanted some nice eye candy when suspending, but it's not the whole world...
after a suspend, my pc wake up, but the video just dont work...
if i execute: ls -alR i can see the disk activity, but nothing on the screen...
after some searchnig and trying, finaly i got solution:)
these links help`s me:
so now, i use a standby script:)
echo mem > /sys/power/state /video_post
the /video_post is the executable code, compiled form above links, and it do the great job, to 'wake up' my video:)
kernel is: 2.6.12-ARCH
video is i915