There is no ALSA support. Thanx, the workaround it post 20 works for me too until fixed. It is a different problem, since I could at one point use suspend properly and it apparently doesn’t have anything to do with vbetool. Unknown device Control: I have the same behaviour, i. Toby Smithe tsmithe wrote on
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I’ve had no problem since. My kernel reported the following: I had also noticed that the x40 notebooks had a similar problem I was searching the bugs to look for others who might have the same problem.
nVidia MCP51 and ALSA
Add tags Tag help. I’ve run Xubuntu Hardy 0266b where suspend to mem worked great. Setting latency timer of device Afterwards, I’ve tried to install the fglrx driver but suspend stopped working.
The hardware ID of my card is 10de: Thanx, the workaround it post 20 works for me too until fixed. I tried again after reinstalling and it didn’t work.
It is completely possible that other people experience this as well, but don’t know because they have a single core processor and the computer locks up because vbetool is using all of it. After that killing the vbetool post process causes another one to be spawned.
As shown above, I’m using a bit Processor and the bit version of Ubuntu. Bowmore bowmore wrote on Unknown device Control: Still the vbetool hangs and I have to kill it to turn the screen back on and continue with the resume.
I can use s2disk, with uswsusp, and it resumes fine.
I’m using the latest nVidia drivers installed through Envy, because I had trouble installing them any other way, if that may have anything to do with it. The nVidia nForce drivers for Linux include the nvsound module for the onboard audio.
ALSA PCI Vendor, Device and Sound Card Driver List
I know it inappropriate, but hey I can suspend and resume now. It also asked to uninstall the related package acpi-support.
No more crackling and digital output! I can’t do it a again.
Well, it’s not working at all anymore Email me about changes to this bug report. I should mention that I have a friend with the same board and forcedeth is working perfectly for him. Using “killall vbetool” causes the video display to crash at point I need to switch virtual terminals again and then vbetool gets restarted.
I’m completely ignorant apart from my knowledge of the 10re below: I’ll reinstall, check suspend before installing anything extra, then get situated You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
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Seems I don’t even need to use vbetool. I’ll go hunt for the others: If you need any more information I’ll be glad to provide it. My bios has an option to choose S1, S3, or both for suspend; I’m not sure which I should choose.
Toby Smithe tsmithe wrote on Normal suspend just blanks the screen, and the computer never goes into suspend mode fans are still blowing, the power light stays solid on instead of flashing like 10dr usually does.