I have Lenovo Thinkpad T400 with 184.108.40.206-74.fc14.x86_64 kernel
Sometimes my system fails to enter suspend state. The process starts, but gets stuck just before "turning lights off" and the suspend indicator will be left blinking.
I tried to search bugzilla, but apparently lack the skill for proper searches.
This is not the problem with tpm module, which have been referred in some of the suspend problem cases.
I did not have suspend issues with F13 so this is something introduced by F14 kernel releases.
What is the "right way" to install latest test kernels?
I'd like to see if those would fix the issue.
Excluding the fact that those kernels may have some bugs, are there other issues with kernel <-> fedora release version that may cause problems and that's why one should avoid installing test kernels?
btw. How long does it take to hibernate? With current system (4gig ram, 8gig swap, all but boot encrypted) I think it's faster to shutdown and restart than to hibernate and wake up.