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After resume on sleep or hibernate the system freezes with a black screen. No interaction whatsoever is possible. The resume seems to be starting normally, then only one line (1cm) of graphics appears, it freezes for a few seconds, shows a little output text and after that the screen goes completely black. The fan of the GPU is working full power, no interaction is possible, only hard power-off with pressing the power key for a longer time. It is not possible to use shortcuts on the keyboard of any kind, except the hardware keybord-light and monitor on/off.
The problem appeared after a clean installation of OpenSUSE 13.2.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.have two GPU-s and nvdidia driver 340.76
2.put system to sleep or hibernate
Lenovo Y500 laptop with TWO Nvidia Geforce GT650M GPU-s
I am running the newest Nvidia driver 340.76 configured to use SLI
I cannot resolve this.
In my opinion I’ve tried everything accessible to me:
- disabling screen locker
- disabling PowerManagement
- enabling/disabling SLI
- trying to reconfigure pm-utils in ways found by various Bug-reports
- disabled hardware virtualization in UEFI
- enabled/disabled S3 in UEFI (—> actually by playing with this only 1 (!!) single time it resumed properly… the seond try was again a crash, I am not able to reproduce this)
I did not try to install another driver like nouveau because it has no sense since I need SLI (running with two GPU-s).
Iit persists even when pm-utils is disabled (PowerManagement disabled).
After I disabled PowerManagement I still have to care NEVER to close the lid of my laptop while running, because it goes to sleep by default Kernel settings.
I repeat, I am myself no expert on the field but i really tried everything suggested which I could find in similar Bug reports on the Web and which is accessible to me. There are ideas in the web to configure the resume in a way that the graphic card is not wakened until a given time etc… but I am not able to do this myself, it is beyond my possibilities.
After uninstall of the packages suspend and pm-utils the problem still persists. After installing the newest kernel and also the latest marked as stable, the problem still persists.
After contacting the OpenSUSE developers via Bugzilla, they told me that they cannot help me because it’s impossible to debug with the only binary not open source nvidia driver.
Does anyone have a solution to this?
nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (570 KB)