Hello there,

@Kevin: Yes, I can see some disk activity but I cannot login to a ssh
console as the daemon is not running and I do not have any other PC other
than this one  in my apartment. I usually have a graphical session on F9
and I tend to suspend the PC from a root terminal. As my video card is not
detected and I was very lazy, I decided to go for Vesa drivers. I do not
know if I am running NEW_XORG. if I suppose so as I compiled Xorg three
months ago, is it enough to check the make config to figure this out?

@Vladislav: I have just one question regarding your's. If I remove VESA
from my kernel how can I run X in vesa mode? Is it still possible or the
kernel module is not related with the Xorg funcionality at all, therefore
is it safe to remove it?


2014-07-21 23:33 GMT+02:00 Bykov Vladislav <> <envol...@gmail.com>:

> On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 09:47:52PM +0200, Daniele Mazzotti wrote:
> > Actually when I put the pc to suspend and then try to wake it up, the
> > screen stays black. I never had many, but I am running out of ideas!
> Hello,
> I had exactly same problem with suspend here. Just remove "VESA" device
> from your kernel configuration.
> Sincerely,
> Vladislav.
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