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Old 09-21-2012, 08:41 AM   #1
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Fedora 17 KDE won't wake up from sleep.

Whenever my laptop sleeps (Asus G53) it fails to wake back up. When I attempt to do so I get what looks like a console output stating something about failing to idle channels. Then it will flash a screen resembling a vga memory issue. I am trying to see what the issue is and if I can fix it. Any ideas?

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I figured out the issue, the stock Fedora Nueavu (sp) VGA drivers were total ****. Switched to the akmod and I'm good to go. Just fyi I guess if anyone has the same issues.

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