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  • Easter Yields The Linux 3.15-rc2 Kernel Release

    Phoronix: Easter Yields The Linux 3.15-rc2 Kernel Release

    Linus Torvalds just tagged the 3.15-rc2 kernel a few minutes ago in Git...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTY2ODg

  • #2
    I've always had problem on resume from suspend network device. It stands deactivate.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Azrael5 View Post
      I've always had problem on resume from suspend network device. It stands deactivate.
      I try to never hibernate because often, randomly, Linux fails to resume from hibernation resulting in a black screen and no error messages. Last one happened with F20 amd64 on KDE.
      Hence I never rely on hibernate/resume, only use full shutdown/boot up. From my experience hibernate/resume is a Russian roulette on Linux, works like 7 out of 8 times, then fails you.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by mark45 View Post
        I try to never hibernate because often, randomly, Linux fails to resume from hibernation resulting in a black screen and no error messages. Last one happened with F20 amd64 on KDE.
        Hence I never rely on hibernate/resume, only use full shutdown/boot up. From my experience hibernate/resume is a Russian roulette on Linux, works like 7 out of 8 times, then fails you.
        I hope they fixed this issue by 3.15 kernel which makes major improvements on ACPI. Sometimes I had the same graphical problem you state using Lubuntu, but in pixellation appearences: screen looses resolution parameters. Now this error seems to be solved I reach the right screen but network devices stands off (suspend in 3.13 kernell appears to be very very fast).

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mark45 View Post
          I try to never hibernate because often, randomly, Linux fails to resume from hibernation resulting in a black screen and no error messages. Last one happened with F20 amd64 on KDE.
          Hence I never rely on hibernate/resume, only use full shutdown/boot up. From my experience hibernate/resume is a Russian roulette on Linux, works like 7 out of 8 times, then fails you.
          It very much depends on the system, and which video driver you're using. I have a laptop that suspend/resumes several times a day, for years now. It never has an issue, and the only reboot is for kernel updates. Always check for BIOS updates first when troubleshooting suspend/resume issues, and try to use the open source video drivers (I'm using radeon).

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          • #6
            i hope this RC is a lot better than RC1 was .

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