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Old 12-08-2008, 02:54 AM
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Default Laptop Support on F10- How to turn a functioning laptop into something useless

Hi

Ok as requested here is all the detail that I could get on my system.
I am running F10 on Hp NC6320 with Centrino Duo Core, 1.5GB Ram and 80 GB disk.
When I installed F10 it was a clean install with everything as default.


After I installed F10 none of my laptop features worked, witch in F9 they all did out of the box.
So I can suspend, hibernate or us any of my buttons on the top of my keyboard that mute the sound and so on.
So I tested suspend mode using the gnome menu. Cause when I close my lid nothing happen and that is after making sure that the settings is right for it to suspend.

here is my bugzilla
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=473183

So doing it from the menu suspend the lapie. so then I press the power button to switch it back on.

Then a flick on the screen twice. then the mouse comes up and nothing don;t move don't do anything.. left it for a for a bit but nothing..
Now on this test to get the logs I think I left it for about 60 to 90 sec with the mouse not moving.. I have left it longer, about 10 min before.. the system is just not doing anything not even the hard drive led goes no..


So here is the log file. Does not mean anything to me but hopefully someone will see something..

For the hibernate I have the same results.
From my point, all the worked that has gone in to F9 for Laptop support sort of got lost in this release.

I just hope this can be fixed.
Chris


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