Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 10th Apr 2007 19:24 UTC, submitted by Charl P. Botha
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu "This is a more critical than usual mini-review of Ubuntu Feisty beta on an HP NC8430 laptop. It practically examines some of the problems laptop users will run into when trying to run Feisty on their hardware."
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RE: Suspending and resuming
by archiesteel on Wed 11th Apr 2007 01:17 UTC in reply to "Suspending and resuming"
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I had this problem with my laptop as well (with Edgy)...I solved it with a script that stops and starts Beryl as a service, then added that service to the list of services to stop in the suspend configuration file. A less than ideal solution.

This seems to be something for the Beryl/Compiz teams...I doubt that they'll get much cooperation from Microsoft though (in any case I imagine the reasons this happens on Vista is quite different than for Beryl...).

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RE[2]: Suspending and resuming
by Archangel on Wed 11th Apr 2007 01:45 in reply to "RE: Suspending and resuming"
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I used to have issues suspending and resuming with Beryl or compiz - but with recent Beryl builds on AIGLX it works nicely. I guess that isn't an option for this guy though since he's stuck on XGL.

On that note, I didn't realise fglrx doesn't do composite. What are ATi's driver team doing? I thought they said some time back that they were going to make more of a push towards doing decent Linux drivers - not supporting composite is a joke.

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Actually, I just upgraded to Feisty and tried suspending without stopping Beryl, and it seems to work now, so all is well (I still need to stop networkmanager, though...)

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