> Plymouth causes hang on resuming from hibernation with uswsusp (splash =
> n). When I press Esc just after Plymouth's start, I can even see the
> message "resume image loaded successfully", but the system locks up.
> Without Plymouth, resuming is OK.
Daniel Baumann wrote:
> problem is not in plymouth, but in the kernel, reassigning.
Pedram Pourang wrote:
> [Subject: Kernel or uswsusp?]
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> I uninstalled uswsusp and used the default hibernation mechanism
> with Plymouth successfully.
Thanks for testing. Reassigning. Rodolfo et al: if you can come up
with a reproduction recipe for this that doesn't involve uswsusp,
please don't hesitate to reassign back.
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