Could you > generate a GPM log for both of the scenarios (one with it on and one > with it off). BUT with the 2.6.20 kernel : the power management works normally. Register All Albums FAQ Today's Posts Search Hardware & Laptops Help with your hardware, including laptop issues Google™ Search FedoraForum Search Red Hat Bugzilla Search Search Forums Show Threads We need a g-p-m specialist/developer here. this contact form
Justin Sunseri (jmsunseri) wrote on 2007-10-06: Re: [Bug 149665] Re: when returning from suspend my laptop tries to hibernate #2 [email protected]:~$ uname -a Linux houston 2.6.22-13-generic #1 SMP Thu Oct 4 Changed in linux-source-2.6.22: status: Triaged → Invalid Jérôme Guelfucci (jerome-guelfucci-deactivatedaccount) wrote on 2007-10-26: #48 Bumping gnome-power-manager task to high. Planning to look at this bug tomorrow for a GPM log for both of the scenarios. -- ---------- From: *Peturrr*
you can't choose anything other than 'sleep' in the power management preferences)? Jérôme Guelfucci: Considering the timeout is necessary for this bug to happen, I would privilege the gnome-power-manager option. Here is the output of when i try to run sync; echo 1 > /sys/power/pm_trace; /etc/acpi/sleep.sh force as mentioned in the suspend/resume debugging documents. -- Sincerely Justin Sunseri [email protected]:~$ sudo sync;
cheesie View Public Profile Find all posts by cheesie Tags 721, acer, aspire, enable, fedora, plymouth, suspend or hibernate, wireless « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable open /dev/mem: Permission denied Failed to initialise LRMI (Linux Real-Mode Interface). It looks like GPM has updated/corrected some bugs upstream and those are available for Hardy now. ==GPM verbose== On Linux ***.lan 2.6.22-14-generic #1 SMP Tue Feb 12 02:46:46 UTC 2008 x86_64 I left it that way all night and into the next day (over 12 hours) and upon waking the computer, it went immediately into hibernate.
mmap /dev/mem: Permission denied Failed to initialise LRMI (Linux Real-Mode Interface). mmap /dev/mem: Permission denied Failed to initialise LRMI (Linux Real-Mode Interface). The Ooh-Aah Cryptic Maze Is there a reason why similar or the same musical instruments would develop? https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=710711 Please do the same for the d-bus package.
Anoop P B (anoop-pb) wrote on 2008-05-03: #76 This problem seems fixed for me too (Hardy fresh install) chourave (gaston72) wrote on 2008-06-08: #77 My laptop runs under Gutsy : 1. error, file /DSDT.aml not found. [ 18.289957] Failure registering capabilities with primary security module. [ 18.311924] ACPI Exception (processor_core-0783): AE_NOT_FOUND, Processor Device is not present  [ 18.319217] ACPI Exception (thermal-0400): BUT after a long sleep time (I have to test futher how much, maybe only a few minutes?...), the system doesn't resume correctly : instead of resuming it goes into hibernation... Sorry, only the superuser can change the Hardware Clock.
Somehow Gutsy's GPM doesn' t record correctly that Suspend did not fail, and therefore moves into hibernation mode, and even that fails when you come out of it according to the see here Are you sure the bug had disappeared? permissions sudo share|improve this question asked Feb 15 '12 at 9:10 sup 1,50111431 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 0 down vote accepted So it turns You could also try paxctl -c -m /usr/sbin/vbetool (paxctl is in paxctl package) #5 Updated by Arno Teigseth almost 5 years ago Tried first paxctl: paxctl -c -m /usr/sbin/vbetool file /usr/sbin/vbetool
Is it still a problem for someone here? So good luck, hope we'll find something. open /dev/mem: Permission denied Failed to initialise LRMI (Linux Real-Mode Interface). navigate here Maybe I'm just crazy though. > > How are you disabling hibernation as an option?
UbuntuCommunityAsk!DeveloperDesignDiscourseHardwareInsightsJujuShopMore ›AppsHelpForumLaunchpadMAASCanonical current community chat Ask Ubuntu Ask Ubuntu Meta your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. When auto-suspending on Gutsy, my PC hibernates after coming out of that suspendstate, and after restarting, it will correctly come out of hibernation. When I press the power button, it boots up and resumes fine.
Please keep in mind that putting the computer into suspend works fine when using either my suspend hot key or through the quit dialog box. As far as I can tell, there is no setting that should cause the system to automatically hibernate, because you can't specify to do anything other than suspend (sleep) in gnome-power-manager. Expected results: My monitors turn off. Do you do this often?
cheesie View Public Profile Find all posts by cheesie #2 15th November 2010, 10:57 AM cheesie Offline Registered User Join Date: Feb 2009 Location: Switzerland Posts: 71 Re: Sat Jul 17 11:33:47 CEST 2010: Running hooks for resume /usr/lib64/pm-utils/sleep.d/99video resume suspend: mmap /dev/mem: Permission denied Failed to initialise LRMI (Linux Real-Mode Interface). Ted Gould (ted) wrote on 2008-03-14: Re: [Bug 149665] Re: when returning from suspend my laptop tries to hibernate #64 On Thu, 2008-03-13 at 19:43 +0000, Justin Sunseri wrote: > It's his comment is here I suspect it is trying to do something that the grsec'ed kernel don't like.
Bug Watch Updater (bug-watch-updater) on 2010-09-16 Changed in gnome-power: importance: Unknown → Medium status: Invalid → Expired Curtis Hovey (sinzui) on 2012-04-09 Changed in linux-source-2.6.22 (Ubuntu): assignee: Registry Administrators (registry) → Home | New | Search | [?] | Reports | Requests | Help | NewAccount | Log In [x] | Forgot Password Login: [x] | Report Bugzilla Bug Legal Comment 10 mystilleef 2011-06-15 09:10:37 EDT What service on Fedora is responsible for mounting the file system?? Changed in gnome-power-manager: importance: Undecided → High Patrick J.
I have gnome-power-manager set to hibernate when the laptop lid is closed, but this hibernate immediately after waking from sleep happens without the lid being closed after suspending during idle. So I will now test for this bug and report back on behavior: 1. Function not supported Function not supported Starting 915resolution: 915resolution. But anyway, I will, test an older version and see if the problem goes away (or is masked by other problems...heh).
Only one attachment at a time? I have never tried to disable hibernation. then i have to wake the computer up to get back to my desktop. Below is the kern.log and acpid log, hope it helps.
All settings are default, only edited the timeouts so it would auto-suspend in 1+1 minutes. ---------- From: *Peturrr*