[arch-general] [signoff] linux-3.3.1-1
lomov.vl at gmail.com
Sun Apr 8 08:20:35 EDT 2012
** Jonathan Hudson [2012-04-08 12:53:42 +0100]:
> On Sun, 08 Apr 2012 13:48:11 +0200, Richard Schütz wrote:
>>Am 07.04.2012 12:33, schrieb Vladimir Lomov:
>>> ** Jonathan Hudson [2012-04-06 20:00:33 +0100]:
>>>> On Fri, 06 Apr 2012 20:41:46 +0200, Richard Schütz wrote:
>>>>> Since 3.3.0 suspend isn't working on my desktop computer anymore. Looks
>>>>> like device suspension fails somewhere. Furthermore 3.3.1 seriously
>>>>> breaks ath9k on my netbook .
>>>>>  https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=43038
>>>> I have a similar reservation. On two eeepc 901, suspend works just
>>>> fine. Alas, only only on one of them does resume work with a 3.3
>>>> kernel. I'm not convinced that 3.3 is ready.
>>> Same here:
>>> Archlinux x86_64,
>>> testing, kernel 3.1.1-1
>>> HW: HP Pavilion dv3 (2210er) with nvidia g104m graphics card, atheros
>>And with 3.2.x there were no problems like that for both of you?
> Correct. The "won't resume on 3.3.x" eeepc is suspending / resuming
> happily with 3.2.13-1-ARCH (downgraded a couple of days ago). As it's
> the wife's machine, I dare not touch it now it's working again.
> I'm somewhat baffled by the whole thing; there is nothing obvious in
> any logs, but X fails to come back from sleep.
Do you mean "suspend to RAM" or "suspend to DISK"? I tried before
"suspend to DISK": 3.3.1 and 3.3.0 works fine.
P.S. I use advice found on wiki and systemd.
WBR, Vladimir Lomov
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