First of all, please note that I’ve found this topic, but since my kernel’s version is newer I just posted the question anyways (and it might or might not be related).
I’m using a fresh install of Fedora 36 on my notebook. Here’s the appropriate info:
OS: Fedora Linux 36 (KDE Plasma) x86_64
Host: VivoBook_ASUSLaptop X513EAN_X513EAN 1.0
DE: Plasma 5.25.5
CPU: 11th Gen Intel i7-1165G7 (8) @ 4.700GHz
GPU: Intel TigerLake-LP GT2 [Iris Xe Graphics]
When my notebook “goes to sleep” (whether via closing the lid or menu/button actions) it doesn’t come back when lid is opened/keys are pressed, etc. I just see a black screen and occasionally the mouse pointer works, but that’s all.
This have been driving me crazy because I’m left with two options: Just make the screen suspend or turn the notebook off entirely. Oh, and this happens in both Wayland AND X.
Any chance someone can help me?
UPDATE: Kernel version is now 5.19.16-200.fc36.x86_64
Closing the lid now doesn’t sleep properly and opening it doesn’t wake up properly.
So it seems it’s been worked on, but still flawed. In the mean time, any help please?
Kernel is now at 6.0.7.
Now when the notebook tries to wake up I can see an error:
[ 94.832613] BTRFS: error (device dm=0: state A) in __btrfs_free_extent:3066: errno=-5 IO failure
[ 94.832624] BTRFS: error (device dm=0: state EA) in __btrfs_run_delayed_refs:2141: errno=-5 IO failure
Any chance this can help solve it?
It might be the repeated failure of wake up from sleep (resulting in forced reboot / power off) damaged the file system.
In this situation, please consider:
- Back up your important data
- Disable Sleep to prevent further damage
- Try to fix the file system error,
- Reinstall / restore data
To fix the file system error, you might want to connect the btrfs experts via libera.chat or matrix.org . They usually can provide fast and interactive helps.