Sorry for bringing this up again,I know this is a well known issue (well,more like an ordeal considering how many people have this issue and the number of fixes one has to try
),anyhow I find myself amongst the unlucky ones who can't have suspend and resume work in LMDE:I have a Sapphire HD 5450 graphic card with proprietary driver from the repo,Asus P8H61-M LE motherboard,package uswsusp is installed:I've just "fixed" the swap issue following this tutorial http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=199&t=64071&p=581088&hilit=suspend+resume#p369793
, because I actually had the UUID of the swap partition in /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume not matching the actual UUID of the swap on the disk,so I've edited this line,then during the update of initrams this warning came up cryptsetup: WARNING: failed to detect canonical device of /dev/sdb10
,however the swap issue as far as the UUID identifier goes is now apparently fixed.
But,suspend doesn't work at all:the computer just shuts down,there's no blinking of the power led as expected,no sign of activity at all,then after pressing the power button (to resume) it first attempts to spin up the disk a couple of times ,then finally wakes up to a blank screen.
This is quite a lot like (if not the exact same thing) what Ubuntu Lucid did on this dual-boot computer with the standard kernel,then unexpectedly the upgrade to the 3.0.0-20-generic kernel from the Ubuntu Kernel Team fixed it for good,now I can suspend and resume Ubuntu at will with no issues,I would have expected LMDE with a newer kernel to work straight out of the box,which it doesn't.
What now ? What should I try to fix this (very annoying,BTW) suspend/resume issue ?
What kind of additional info can I post to troubleshoot this issue ?