Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I know Wubi installs can be a bit dodgy sometimes, and issues might disappear if you actually do a “clean” install of Ubuntu on the hdd. Manual resume also failed. Apple MacBook Pro 4,1. All auto resumes failed. Did not auto resume pushed power button to resume.
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See bug in Launchpad as well as the upstream bug TomVetterlein: Now I installed the 9. Failed to find original dlopen loader. Restart needed to resolve problem.
USB Mouse only worked after replugging. I know Wubi installs can be a bit dodgy sometimes, and issues might disappear if you actually do a “clean” install of Ubuntu on the hdd.
I will report this thread so it’s moved to the ubuntu subforum, x12770 there someone can help you better. This is actually more related to your video card and drivers.
I don’t know what the video or wireless hardware is in my ThinkPad R50e laptop. Did not auto-resume in first test.
AR Wireless Network Adapter rev 01 2. All others passed Battery Consumption 44 mW. All auto resumes failed. Find More Posts by i92guboj. Resume fails after Suspend. Manual or first test in script does ubutu to suspend, and power LED fades in and out as expected, but then nothing can bring it out of suspend.
[ubuntu] ATI Radeon X driver
Option ” NoAccel ” “true” in xorg. Did not auto-resume from the script if unplugged but manual worked ; Battery Consumption: I did not relize this in the first try. Manual resume required to advance script. I have a Compaq Presariowhich passed the script test except for one problem.
How do I get graphics drivers for ATI Radeon X installed on Ubuntu Desktop?
Status light goes back into “active mode” blue but the display does not wake up; same behaviour when triggered by suspend action on logout button. All the rest seemed to work fine. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
What Can I do to improve this strange behavior? Of course, it’s not so easy on a laptop unfortunately. No display on waking Seems to partially come back – wifi led is on, but capslock is unresponsive Happens both with open and proprietary video driver.
ATI Radeon graphic chip X1270 not supported by Ubuntu
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First version of Linux I’ve used that resumed with functional wireless and sound out of the box. Therefore FAIL on manual suspend.