Originally Posted by kwizart
The RPM Fusion repository has only version 270.41.06 (.19 will be available with the next fedora kernel currently in updates-testing). So we need to compare the same version to tell there is something wrong with the package provided.
Also some person reported that suspend doesn't work well if acpid isn't run, which could have been fixed by an update completely unrelated to the newer driver change.
Sure, when 270.41.19 comes from RPMFusion I will install it and repeat the tests ;-)
Regarding acpid, I had to enable it as well, since Xorg.0.log had some complaints from Nvidia driver saying it could not reach acpid (maybe the RPMs should declare acpid as a dependency).