On Thu, 29 Apr 2010 21:56:38 +0200
"Carlos E. R." <carlos.e.r(a)opensuse.org> wrote:
I have an Intel graphic chipset in the laptop I use
for testing, a GM45. It has been reported that
support for Intel graphic chipsets is totally broken. Before knowing this I found that
"totally broken" is maybe a bit too hard.
Well. It is as bad as 11.2, but not much worse, at least not with
i915.powersave=0 boot parameter, and with 3d effects disabled.
Ok, it logs me out from time to time, but I learned coping with that by
"save early, save often". And somethimes (now ;) the X server is surviving
more than one day! ;)
susi:~ # ps -C Xorg -o comm,etime
The problem is, that nobody will fix it for 11.2, but we still have
a chance of getting it fixed for 11.3, if there are good bug reports.
the machine, and s2disk refuses to run. I have read
the reports I could find, and it appears that
there is no hope at all of solving the Intel graphic chipset problems any time soon...
thus count me
This is very unfortunate :-((
s2ram works fine for me on a ThinkPad X200s and s2disk worked, too, the
two times I tried it during the last weeks (always with latest FACTORY).
I would be interested in hearing about your s2ram / s2disk problems, so if
you could point me to the bug reports (sorry if you did already, then I
overlooked it probably), so that I could try helping to fix them.
Come on! Try it! ;-)
Have fun anyway,
"Any ideas, John?"
"Well, surrounding them's out."
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