After sucessfully upgrading my Sparky Ultra Openbox v 3.2 to 3.6 I would like to fix a long standing bug which I thought had no solution: If I suspend the computer, no display appears when unsuspending. I thought the problem was with the BIOS and the NVidia driver (and maybe it was).
In any case, a recent Calculate Linux XFCE installment can Suspend and Unsuspend just fine.
After the upgrade and installing
I installed Calculate (which is actually an overlay on top of Gentoo), because I wanted to have a backup system on hand before attempting to upgrade Sparky Ultra Openbox (a discontinued version - and v. 3.6 of Sparky Base Openbox is not yet ready), and my openSUSE Gnome brtfs root partition ran out of disk space during the upgrade (although it had 52 Gb), which I have been unable to either recover or reinstall.
Sparky Ultra Openbox has been the main system on my main desktop computer since v. 3.2, but not being able to Suspend (or Hibernate) means that I have to either leave it on day and night or shut it down and reopen everything on loading the system again (which is not what I do).
I assume that if Gentoo XFCE can Suspend and recover, Sparky can too. I'll try to determine what is being used to accomplish that - but Calculate/Gentoo has no graphic package installer that can show both what is installed and what isn't but is available (just eix and portage), although their forums may be able to help).
Any Debian compatible suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
I hadn't noticed this.
Suspending doesn't work well, sorry. I can't help you with that.
addons.manager WARN Application shipped blocklist has an unexpected namespaceIt looks like a bug, there are a lot of the same info in the net.
Sorry about that.