• Do I need to press ctrl + alt + f7 to wake up from "suspend to ram"


    Hi, I’m using antergos for 3 months. Recently I try to switch to XFCE, and I’m relatively happy with it.

    Right now I’m using kernel 5.0.7 in my Aspire 3 laptop (Amd Ryzen 5 2500 U, Radeon Vega). I know there are some issues related to AMD and linux.

    But, after I edit my grub parameter to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="iommu=pt ivrs_ioapic[4]=00:14.0 ivrs_ioapic[5]=00:00.2 acpi_backlight=vendor fsck.mode=skip pci=nommconf" I can log in smoothly.

    Yesterday, I found that waking up from suspend to ram didn’t work. It didn’t work until I try to press ctrl + alt + f1 this morning (to switch to another session) out of curiosity. Surprisingly, it works 👏

    So I try to press ctrl + alt + f7 to get back to my suspended session. And wow, it works too (There was a notification that my session is locked and I need to wait for several seconds).

    So, my question is: Is this behavior really expected? Do I really have to press ctrl + alt + f7 every now and then? Or is it XFCE’s minor bug?

  • Looks like a not solved bug to me.
    As it shouls not be like this.

  • @joekamprad said in Do I need to press ctrl + alt + f7 to wake up from "suspend to ram":

    Looks like a not solved bug to me.
    As it shouls not be like this.

    I see. I hope there will be a better fix for this.

    Also, do you notice that sometime xfce4-terminal (and any other terminal based on vte) has rendering problem?
    Right now, I use qterminal.

  • Some users reporting this too with similar hardware. But will be solved with next update mostly.
    If not reporting back here, please

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