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    Ryzen 7490HS laptop, not waking up from sleep

    Hi,

    new kubuntu 23.04 install, with the default 6.2 kernel or with the 6.3.4 from https://code.launchpad.net/~cappelik...ive/ubuntu/ppa the system goes to sleep after some time away,
    but it does not react to keyboard or mouse to get back alive.

    with my last i5 6200 laptop i sometimes had to touch the power button just before moving the mousepad to wake it. Doesn't work either.

    i am aware that this is new hardware and probably a kernel or maybe linux-firmware? problem, but since my google queries haven't shown any hits im asking here.

    long time linux user with ubuntu - first time kubuntu - love it

    #2
    Welcome!

    Same result with something like this (more up-to-date stuff…)?
    https://download.opensuse.org/tumble...64-Current.iso
    Last edited by Schwarzer Kater; Jul 25, 2023, 09:13 AM. Reason: updated Tumbleweed link
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      #3
      Als Live USB System kann ich das ausprobieren, aber laut dieser Seite: https://software.opensuse.org/package/kernel-default gibts dort auch nur den 6.3.2 kernel
      Welche anderen libraries/Programm können noch für nicht funktionierenden resume verantwortlich sein?

      Translation:

      I can try it as a live USB system, but according to this page: https://software.opensuse.org/package/kernel-default there is only the 6.3.2 kernel
      What other libraries/programs can still be responsible for non-working resume?​
      Last edited by Snowhog; May 26, 2023, 12:48 PM.

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        #4
        It is mostly hardware support in the kernel AFAIK, but probaly not the kernel alone entirely (Frameworks, settings, etc. … ?).
        Linux is mostly worse compared to Windows and both are much worse compared to macOS regarding this.
        (Laptop) power saving functions also rely heavily on the UEFI/BIOS (ACPI) and how the manufacturer implements them.

        It is merely a suggestion to try a more "leading/bleeding edge" distribution for recent hardware (and the easiest way to do this would be a live medium) to generally check if this makes any difference. And to try going from there with the result of this test.
        Last edited by Schwarzer Kater; May 27, 2023, 05:32 AM.
        Debian KDE & LXQt • Kubuntu & Lubuntu • openSUSE KDE • Windows • macOS X
        Desktop: Lenovo ThinkCentre M75s • Laptop: Apple MacBook Pro 13"

        get rid of Snap scriptreinstall Snap for release-upgrade scriptinstall traditional Firefox script

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