|armhf: hangs on resume (solved)
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|Author:||alexis [ Wed Mar 21, 2012 1:40 pm ]|
|Post subject:||armhf: hangs on resume (solved)|
I have an SD with the latest armhf image, dist-upgraded on a regular basis to keep up-to-date. I modified the boot script to show the console on tty1 and have a verbose boot. I also have uninstalled slim and put lightdm back.
Overall it works fine, except one thing : suspend/hibernate.
Either can be selected from lightdm's menu, or "Suspend" from Xfce's logout dialog.
Both result in the same behavior : after several seconds, the screen goes black, the backlight turns off and the machine seems to sleep.
A short press on the power button switches the backlight up, displays (too briefly to read) some kind of wake-up log in text mode, the X display is restored... and the machine hangs hard. No keyboard/mouse, no network access, only a hard reboot (long press on the power button) works.
I haven't been able to google anything relevant.
|Author:||steev [ Wed Mar 21, 2012 2:03 pm ]|
Try adding a file to /etc/pm/config.d (or whatever the Debian equivalent is) named 10_efikamx with the following in it:
SUSPEND_MODULES="ehci_hcd"Since network and keyboard/mouse are on the USB bus, this sounds like the likely culprit.
|Author:||alexis [ Wed Mar 21, 2012 4:52 pm ]|
That did it, thanks.
And there goes my last obstacle to switching full-time to debian-armhf. I'll even consider moving it to the internal storage now :)
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