Hm, okay. i wonder how we can diagnose this further.
Do you have a video monitor? Can you try doing a suspend/resume with
an external VGA screen attached? Or connect it via ethernet and do a
suspend/resume whilst logged in?
On 16 May 2014 14:31, Stefan Ehmann <shoes...@gmx.net> wrote:
> On 16.05.2014 22:51, Adrian Chadd wrote:
>> Yeah. I'd really suggest trying with stable/10 or -HEAD with vt
>> enabled and no VESA.
> Thanks for all replies.
> Using vt is definitely an improvement, but not perfect. (I've set
> hw.vga.textmode=1 because graphics mode is very slow. Don't know if that
> The text console still remains black if I try to resume from there.
> But there's some success suspending from X:
> Resume puts me back on the text console in a strange state, e.g., no
> text visible and a cursor blinking.
> After some time I can bring X back via CTRL-ALT-F9. Some of the
> graphics/fonts in X are garbled after resume. But it's still usuable.
> After that, also the virtual consoles work via CTRL-ALT-F1.
> But after a second resume, X was even more garbled and virtual consoles
> no longer worked.
> Setting ACPI_PM for x11/nvidia-driver doesn't seem to have any effects.
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