Public bug reported:

I know an installation process is not meant to be suspended in first
place, but suspending one leads the user straight to the live session (I
guess that's a way to let the start over again the installation)

Steps:

1º Create USB live stick with YY latest iso(beta2)
2º Boot from USB on hw
3º Select language and continue
4º Connect to Wi-Fi network available
5º Suspend when in "Preparing to install Ubuntu" screen for example
6º Wake it up and wait until it breaks

Expected result: I think it should wake up in the same step it was
before suspending with out any issue.

Actual result: When it wakes up, mouse does not respond then goes to
black screen and finally ubiquity live session appears. If you try to
install it'll always fails

Add info: pic attached with the error given, when trying to install from
live session after waking up from suspend

** Affects: ubiquity (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

** Attachment added: "IMG_20160922_133254.jpg"
   
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1626526/+attachment/4746227/+files/IMG_20160922_133254.jpg

** Description changed:

  I know an installation process is not meant to be suspended in first
  place, but suspending one leads the user straight to the live session (I
  guess that's a way to let the start over again the installation)
  
  Steps:
  
  1º Create USB live stick with YY latest iso(beta2)
  2º Boot from USB on hw
  3º Select language and continue
  4º Connect to Wi-Fi network available
  5º Suspend when in "Preparing to install Ubuntu" screen for example
  6º Wake it up and wait until it breaks
  
  Expected result: I think it should wake up in the same step it was
  before suspending with out any issue.
  
  Actual result: When it wakes up, mouse does not respond then goes to
  black screen and finally ubiquity live session appears. If you try to
  install it'll always fails
+ 
+ Add info: pic attached with the error given

** Description changed:

  I know an installation process is not meant to be suspended in first
  place, but suspending one leads the user straight to the live session (I
  guess that's a way to let the start over again the installation)
  
  Steps:
  
  1º Create USB live stick with YY latest iso(beta2)
  2º Boot from USB on hw
  3º Select language and continue
  4º Connect to Wi-Fi network available
  5º Suspend when in "Preparing to install Ubuntu" screen for example
  6º Wake it up and wait until it breaks
  
  Expected result: I think it should wake up in the same step it was
  before suspending with out any issue.
  
  Actual result: When it wakes up, mouse does not respond then goes to
  black screen and finally ubiquity live session appears. If you try to
  install it'll always fails
  
- Add info: pic attached with the error given
+ Add info: pic attached with the error given, when trying to install from
+ live session after waking up from suspend

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  suspending an installation leads stright to live session

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