I need help with my Fedora 39 machine. After reinstalling Fedora (I had Fedora 37 before), I’m having trouble waking it up after it goes into suspend mode.
Problem: When I press a key on the keyboard to wake it up, the computer starts up (fans spin), but the displays remain black. I’ve tried entering ttys, but that didn’t work either. I end up having to force shutdown my PC.
I’m using the NVIDIA driver from RPM Fusion.
Thank you in advance.
System Details Report
Date generated: 2024-02-06 11:00:11
Hardware Model: ASUS All Series
Memory: 16.0 GiB
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-4690K × 4
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
Disk Capacity: 256.1 GB
Firmware Version: 2405
OS Name: Fedora Linux 39 (Workstation Edition)
OS Build: (null)
OS Type: 64-bit
GNOME Version: 45.3
Windowing System: X11
Kernel Version: Linux 6.6.14-200.fc39.x86_64
I did some more research and found this:
Possibly related to ivan.bogush’s issue? What card does your laptop have? Desktop users, many with with 970s which admittedly you probably don’t have, have been reporting issues with 545/6.6.* on the Arch fora too.
they both unfortunately do not lead to a solution.
But i am not the only one with the issues.
I have verified the problem does not occur when using the nouveau drivers.
What to do in a situation like this?
I comment once again to raise awareness. I need some help please.
Thank you for your
An kernel update in the meantime fixed the issue.
Thanks for the info
@saaabo. I was facing this problem today and your answer saved me time from wandering around for some technical solution.
I was having issue within v6.7.3 of the Kernel. After upgrading to v6.7.4, the system started to wake up after a Suspend.
I am still facing this another problem that the system does wake up with external keyboard or mouse. I have to press the key on the laptop’s keyboard.
Just letting you know, I am not looking for any solution here.
Are you new and unaware of the history and current status of Nvidia and Linux?