Re: Console suspend/resume without X or nvidia.ko
After quite a lot of testing with both vbetool and different s2ram options, and acpi_sleep options, with my laptop (ASUS W7J) I still couldn't find a way to wake up the console/vesafb display (no nvidia driver and no X) after a suspend/resume.
Considering the nvidia driver and X are able to do something to wake the display on resume, is there any chance that it could expose this function somehow? Perhaps something like a /proc or /sys value to the nvidia kernel module to reset/wakeup the display?
Additionally, without nvidia kernel driver loaded or X running, after a suspend and resume, I tried to wake the display up by starting X (I can't see the screen but I could still ssh in over network). However X fails to start, and I a NVRM: RmInitAdapter failed! error in the dmesg. Does that sound right at all?
Geforce 6600 256MB RAM
Geforce Go 7400 256MB RAM
Geforce 9300M GS 256MB RAM (ASUS N10J)
ION 512MB RAM (Acer Revo)
GTX 460 1G RAM x 2
GeForce GT 335M (Alienware M11X R2)