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Re: Fwd: terminal will not wak after hibernation




On 7/5/18, Dave <debiantechquestions@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> On 7/5/18 9:18 AM, Dan Ritter wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 04, 2018 at 07:33:12PM -0400, Dave wrote:
>>> after hibernation the terminal will not wake ( apparently, no signal )
>>>
>>> the computer wakes, the keyboard lights up.
>>>
>>> I just installed deb 9.4 amd / the bios was just updated.
>> By terminal, do you mean monitor?
>>
>> If so:
>>
>> 1. ctrl-alt-F1
>> 2. if that doesn't work, ctrl-alt-F2
>> 3. if that doesn't work, can you ssh in from another machine?
>>
>> The most likely issue is that your video card did not wake up
>> from hibernation properly.
>>
>> There are various workarounds or fixes, depending on what kind
>> of video card.
>>
>> -dsr-
>>
>>
> Hello
>
> I mean display, screen, monitor,
> the Ctrl Alt F1 F2 does not seem to work.
> I have the Radeon HD 6850
>
> please advise.


Sorry, still no advice, just empathy. I was re-reading the thread one
more time before deleting, and saw this. My video players, primarily
MPV and SMPlayer, started kicking mine into most likely hibernation at
the end of videos.

A week or so of that fail, and now at least SMPlayer does the same 5
minutes or so into a maybe 2 hour long video. Those have been
Hollywood type videos playing in the DVD drawer. In considering
causatives, I do acknowledge that overheating or similar may play a
rational part, by the way.

Anyway, in those cases, CTRL+ALT+Fn does NOT work for me, either. Only
a cold, hard reboot via the on/off hardware button on the PC computer
case puts things back into operation.

That's why I just did the latest debootstrap. Refresh, start over with
the hope that might instantly fix things. K/t current #Life
circumstances just outside my front door (plus degenerative memory
issues), I don't have time right now to fight it while trying to
diagnose.

Unfortunately haven't been able to test the new debootstrap theory
because there's a whole 'nother thread of a fail going on there, too.
It's not recognizing the correctly defined UUID at boot. *sighhhh,
grinnn* :)

For what it's worth in the possibility that our video cards play a
sizable part in this thread's issue, I just pulled this from lspci:

VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation G94 [GeForce 9600 GT] (rev a1)

Its fan... um.. "works", but the dogs have hit the case (hard) a few
times so things aren't running as optimal as they used to/should be.
Ahhh, #FurBabies. :)

Cindy :)
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Talking Rock, Pickens County, Georgia, USA

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