I tried following the "Suspend to Disk" guide on the wiki for using suspend2 but I haven't had much luck. The suspend happens quickly but on resume, the screen, at least, doesn't work. However, I can enter 'reboot' and the computer will reboot. I just can't see what I am typing.
Here is my kernel line:
# (0) Arch Linux title Arch Linux root (hd0,0) kernel /vmlinuz26suspend2 root=/dev/sda3 ro resume2=swap:/dev/sda2 vga=773 initrd /kernel26suspend2.img
Here is the output from dmesg | grep -i suspend
Linux version 2.6.22-suspend2 (root@fuckup-ng) (gcc version 4.2.1) #1 SMP PREEMPT Wed Sep 26 22:41:10 CEST 2007 Suspend v2.2.10 Suspend2 Userspace Storage Manager support registered. Suspend2 Basic User Interface support registered. Suspend2 Compressor support registered. Suspend2 Block I/O support registered. Suspend2 Swap Allocator support registered. Suspend2 File Allocator support registered. Suspend2 Userspace UI support registered. Suspend2: SwapAllocator: Signature found. Suspend2: Resuming enabled. Suspend2: Normal swapspace found.
I have added resume and userui to my HOOK's and I am kernel26suspend2.
Switching consoles doesn't help and since I've tried running hibernate only from the console with no X server running.I tried the suggestion from standby problem[SOLVED] but the screen still wouldn't come up.
Thanks for any help you can give me in resolving this issue.
Last edited by kandrews (2007-10-14 22:31:22)