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Odd Suspend Behavior
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PostPosted: Sat 11 Dec 2010, 19:47    Post subject:  Odd Suspend Behavior  

I have an Acer Aspire One D150-1920 Netbook running Fluppy 009. Great stuff, thank you Jemimah.

When I click Suspend from the shutdown menu I can restart by pushing the power button.

When I press Fn-F4, I can restart by pressing the power button.

When I close the lid I can restart by pressing the power button, but when the machine restores it immediately displays "Suspending to Ram" and then suspends again. Ctrl-C does nothing to stop it, I have to force a shutdown and reboot.

I've tried adding "restore=RAM" to the Extlinux.cfg file but to no avail.

It's a frugal install using a SSD.

I've tried searching the forum, using Google to search the forum, and the Puppeee forum.

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Thanks
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PostPosted: Sat 11 Dec 2010, 19:56    Post subject:  

You better post this in the Fluppy 009 thread.
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