Unsuccessful Reanimation after a Suspend
On moving mouse or hitting a keyboard key to re-animate the system, screen comes to life, cursor moves around, but nothing else is possible. Previously in this thread I have suggested how it was possible to recover from this state.
Now however I think I have stumbled upon a workaround remedy. It seems that, if after the suspend I break the network connection eth0
(in my case physically) , it so happens that upon 'restart' the system remains frozen, and only springs into life upon the connection being restored. It appears that the connection notification (h/w or s/w interrupt?) does the trick.
Update: Mon Apr 15 14:21:24 CEST 2013
The above procedure seemed to work for a while, but not any longer
So to break the suspend it's back to
- Code: Select all
Ctl+Alt+F1 (Fx) -> Console
ps -C gnome-session
kill <PID of gnome-session>