Cant Suspend/Resume at all on Acer Aspire 7551-7422
I am having some critical issues with this laptop, everything works, except for the damn suspend/hibernate functions. Quite frankly, this has got my whiskers in a twist and is making me wanna cry and rage uncontrollably.
Here's what happens.
1. I press Suspend
2. It seems to suspend properly
3. I press a button to wake it
4. It wakes, but it seems to also not wake. It appears that the backlight is off, but the HDD Led is showing some activity
My Graphics card is an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250
I am using the FLGRX driver, version 11.9. The open source Radeon Drivers are not an option as they lack stuff I need. The last version of this driver crashed constantly and I really dont wanna have to go back to it. I don't believe suspend or hibernate worked either with 11.8
Some solutions I have tried are
A. Installing the hibernate package and using those scripts (Same failure to resume)
B. Uninstalling and reinstalling FLGXR 11.9 (Same effect as before)
C. Adding flgxr into the section in /etc/default/acpi-support in order to unload it when it suspend (I dont know that this is actually doing this properly. Should it have "" marks around it?
I have classes coming up and I need to get this fixed one way or another.
If anyone has any insight, I would desperately love to hear about it.
Last edited by TuxIsAwesome; October 3rd, 2011 at 02:27 AM.
Reason: /etc/default/pm-suspend doesnt exist but /etc/default/acpi-support does!
Xubuntu 10.04.2 Lucid Lynx AMD64 + Xubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal Alpha 2 i386+PAE (Used for maintaining my Grub2 EFI bootloader), Arch Linux AMD64.