Re: Graphical Issue Upon Suspend/Logout
A work around that's working for me is to hibernate instead of suspend. Ugly but works for now. We need this fixed though!
Interesting. If you drop to a (fuzzy) command console with Ctrl-Alt-F1 and do a hibernate --force you'll hibernate. When you come back you'll be placed in this command console unfuzzy. You can Ctrl-Alt-F7 to get back to the GUI.
It must be something when booting up that resets the monitor such that there is no shakiness as the grub menu comes up clean. Whatever that resetting code is needs to be put into the driver when the user suspends or goes to a command console or basically when the video mode changes. Nvidia engineers need to fix this! How do we let them know about this important data point?
Last edited by defaria; February 7th, 2010 at 06:20 AM.