· I reproduced the crash on 188.8.131.52 as well, so bug is not fixed here.
· When I used powertop in a text console (not inside X), and I did pm-
suspend I had not the crash on resume.
First outcome: if you want to use sid powertop, run it and do the tweaking
(both) on an text console.
· I upgraded to experimental 2.6.38-rc7. In this case I couldn't reproduce
the crash, this is: run powertop on a X console, enable all tweaks and suspend
the system to ram (using KDE suspend option) and wake up.
Anyway, I had a crash on X later which may or may not be related to this
Raúl Sánchez Siles
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