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wakes up immediately on s3 suspend fix!
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install acpi-support package
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added the Option "NvAGP" "0" to my xorg.conf Device section.
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added intel_agp and agpgart to my /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist
Code:
blacklist intel_agp
blacklist agpgart
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I had a desktop with failure to resume from suspend.
ASUS A8N-VM CSM motherboard (nVidia onboard graphics)

Commenting this directive from /etc/default/acpi-support solves the problem.
Code:
# POST_VIDEO=true

# SAVE_VBE_STATE=true
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1) Enable S1&S3 in BIOS
2) add a kernel parameter (acpi_sleep=old_ordering) to the grub boot options and update-grub
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Basically, there are a bunch of jumpers on my motherboard to control USB wake-up behavior. Setting them to +5VSB (wake from S3 and S4) instead of +5V (wake from S1) gives me working suspend without the instant wake-up problem.

resources:
http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/my...ers/316830
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+sourc...omments/16
https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/...-hibernate
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#2
Hello, I've tried your fix, followed all steps, but unfortunately I'm still getting instant wake up after suspend.

In my case first suspend works fine, computer gets suspended (S3) and I can wake it with USB remote just fine, but after that if I try to suspend again it just immediately wakes up. I'm running latest XBMC Live with 185 nvidia drivers.

Any ideas? My board doesn't have any jumpers for USB behaviour. Sad
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#3
eze (or anyone else),
Did you find a fix to your issue?
I have the exact same thing occurring: Standby works fine the first time, resume from standby works great. Try standby again and it INSTANTLY wakes up. A reboot starts the sequence all over again (one working standby, infinate instant awakes).

I'm running XBMC Live updated to 08/03's SVN, NVIDIA 185 drivers.
Zotac ION Atom 230 (no wake on USB from this board)
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#4
yes. Smile

vdrfan Wrote:FYI, disabling autosuspending on the kernel line via 'usbcore.autosuspend=-1' did the trick here. Using 2.6.31 on my ionitx-a. For more information see http://lwn.net/Articles/253587/

You have to append it to your kernel loading line in grub (/boot/grub/menu.lst). for example ..

kernel /boot/vmlinuz-<version> root=UUID=<some-uuid> ro quiet splash usbcore.autosuspend=-1
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#5
AWESOME. That worked. Thanks Ezechiel
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