Most of the time after a suspend to ram, Fedora 7 crashes (probably because of a kernel panic). I say a kernel problem, because the caps lock light blinks constantly --something the kernel can use to send a panic message just before crashing. But also, this problem is probably stemming from my graphics card drivers...
My hardware is : hp pavilion dv6000 laptop, dual Turion CPU (64 bits), Nvidia grapics card (GeForce Go 72000)
I am using the legacy nvidia drivers and kernel module (96xx) from Livna.
Using the standard "nv" driver didn't also change much.
I added "noapic" and "vga=normal" to my kernel options on the grub, and recently also added "irqpoll" to avoid some irq related problems I encountered.
This is reproducible and happens almost every time I send the laptop to sleep -- which it does without causing trouble until trying to wake it up...
Any suggestions appreciated on what else I could try to have a more stable "suspend"...