Long time lurker, 1st time poster. The internet has succeeded thus far in my Linux Mint 7 installation on my Thinkpad X41, which worked flawlessly. However, I have upgraded to Linux Mint 8. I've searched these fora and ubuntuforums.org for a solution but no luck.
If I have an SD card in the built in reader and it is mounted, the laptop hangs. If I unmount before suspend, everything is fine. It is the same whether I close the lid, use the suspend option from the quit menu or use pm-suspend.
http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/Problems_ ... end-to-ram
The above link says that I need to rmmod sdhci, mmc_block, and mmc_core before suspend, which seems to work if I do it by hand in terminal. I'm trying to work out where and how to do this automatically so I don't have to unmount every time (not a big deal, but one I'd like to crack!).
I have found the acpi "sleep.sh" script but it seems that this is only valid if no other process is listening for the lid switch.
- Am I right in assuming that the Gnome Power Manager (and therefore HAL by proxy) is taking care of business when I suspend?
- I assume that editing the acpi scripts is pointless as Mint 8 uses pm-utils?
- So where can I slide in the rmmod commands?
- Would editing anything in /usr/lib/pm-utils/sleep.d help?
Thanks in advance!