I’m using latest sway edition in my pinebook pro and configured it to s2idle (with the default u-boot already updated as well, not uboot-bsp)… it seems to work fine as when I open the lid it asks my user password and it drops me into my desktop… but I cannot do anything else…
If I suspend it with an open terminal, I can type commands, but when I press enter to confirm the command, nothing happens… it ‘hangs’… even sudo reboot timesout and I need to forcefully power off by pressing the power button for a few seconds (while praying the journal gods to keep my filesystem healthy).
Sorry, I haven’t been able to figure this out yet. I’ve upgraded my Pinebook Pro with a m2ssd and after that suspend no longer works for me. So usually I shut it down and boot it up afresh later. As this only takes 30secs or so it isn’t actually a dealbreaker for me right now… but getting suspend working in the long run is something I’m looking forward to.
@pato , I think sleep or suspend was working with BSP u-boot on the PBP. I have some very vague memories about s2idle.
I’m disabling hibernation/ sleep on any machine I can most of the time. I can’t be of more help unfortunately.
Suspending the laptop with systemctl suspend works, but when trying to resume it, it just hangs… I cannot type anything, it doesn’t get any IP so I cannot debug it via ssh… it is curious tho that the mouse works…
I didn’t changed anything in /etc/systemd/sleep.conf is that still needed?