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d : dri-devel@lists.sourceforge.net 24 May 2011 • 5:10AM -0400

[Bug 18872] [RADEON:KMS:R100:SUSPEND] suspend to ram problems
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https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=18872


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--- Comment #11 from Maté <mate.taixi@gmai...>  2011-05-23 21:10:09 ---
Same problem with vanilla 2.6.39 on debian testing.

"At the STR process the backlight goes off shortly but remains lit during
suspend. The screen goes black and stays black when out of suspend. Some
flickering on/off when entering and leaving STR. There's short harddrive
activity when coming out of suspend [1]. Also, suspend- and power-led blink/lit
as they are supposed to. The box is then locked up, not reacting to keyboard
input or even sysrq. Hard power off required."

[1] not sure about this one

There's a switch in /etc/default/acpi-support:
#RADEON_LIGHT=true

Commented or uncommented doesn't change the behavior during STR.

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