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Comments on Ubuntu Linux Tips & Tricks: ATI & Nvidia: Resume, Good News, Bad News





Updated: 2014-05-12T00:39:47.890-04:00

 



It might keep your graphics acceleration from dyin...

2008-08-18T10:10:00.000-04:00

It might keep your graphics acceleration from dying, but it probably won't fix Compiz forgetting its settings, which is a weird weird bug in itself. If a bug report hasn't been filed on Compiz forgetting settings, you should probably do that.



I'm having a similar problem in Hardy on a Thinkpa...

2008-08-18T08:59:00.000-04:00

I'm having a similar problem in Hardy on a Thinkpad T42p. It has ATI Mobility FireGL T@/ AGP 4X 128MB video card... Is this fix good for that as well? I have been turning off the compiz-Fusion before I hibernate, but it is losing all my settings (cube, transparency, etc.) when I resume and turn the compiz back on. I guess I could live without the eye candy, but if I could fix it, great.



Thanks. This was part of my solution.See https://...

2008-06-14T11:00:00.000-04:00

Thanks. This was part of my solution.

See https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/226279.

Also needed: Run EnvyNG after every kernel upgrade *until* (hopefully) fglxr (or an equivalent) becomes part of the ubuntu family. Similar issue for nVidia.

Avoid Kernels 2.6.24-16, -17, and -18. Good: -12 and -19.

One minor annoyance remains in ACPI. LOCK_SCREEN=false in /etc/default/acpi-support (or just commenting out the original LOCK_SCREEN=true) doesn't seem to work. It still locks the screen no matter what the LOCK_SCREEN condition is.

-Richard



THANKS!!! Worked like a charm. I've spent days se...

2008-06-02T04:42:00.000-04:00

THANKS!!! Worked like a charm. I've spent days searching for this solution. Need to get better links to the main forums.

How do I suppress the candy stripe screen on resume, between hitting the button and the time when the reload login screen appears? Any ideas?
:D



Sweet! I guess it just gives me another reason to ...

2008-03-25T12:54:00.000-04:00

Sweet! I guess it just gives me another reason to hate the fglrx driver though...



I have been searching for a solution to this probl...

2008-03-23T15:33:00.000-04:00

I have been searching for a solution to this problem for ages.

Thank you very much.



Much better (for nvidia and fglrx at least) is to ...

2008-03-21T23:56:00.000-04:00

Much better (for nvidia and fglrx at least) is to prevent acpi-support (and HAL+pm-utils in hardy) from running the quirks it usually does. nvidia and fglrx (and intel, in hardy) know how to suspend and resume their hardware, the video quirks Ubuntu applies by default just mess things up for them.

Hardy should not have this issue at all, thanks to bug# 198808.



Uh...good question. As I was typing that I was th...

2008-03-21T17:59:00.000-04:00

Uh...good question. As I was typing that I was thinking "jeez that should just be in the file by default."



That suspend/resume fix sounds like something that...

2008-03-21T17:00:00.000-04:00

That suspend/resume fix sounds like something that should be done by the fglrx/nvidia packages in Ubuntu. Is there an LP bug on this?