Hello. I’m having a weird issue with Suspend on Gnome 41.2 after installing yesterday from the most recent ISO: I am greeted with a black screen after I suspend the session and the only way I can return is to power cycle the computer (it’s a desktop, not a laptop).
Some attempts to fix it:
Simplest one: powercycling the monitor, because my monitor had some weird interactions with sleep in the past. Doesn’t work.
Changed to the LTS kernel (I’m using the 5.15 by default), but the problem persists there. This was according to the suggestion given by one of the posts here with a similar issue.
Changed to a Wayland session, as I am in X11 by default (I have a Nvidia gpu). Actually what happens here is that I can see parts of the UI instead of a blackscreen so I can log back but to a broken, almost entirely black desktop, which makes me believe this is a graphics issue.
According to the other topic here with a similar issue, enabling
fixed for him, but that didn’t work for me. In fact, no matter what I do, the services remain inactive (dead) for me.
Running journalctl --since "10 minutes ago" didn’t provide any information that was useful for me.
As said before, I am using the 5.15 kernel by default, and the 495.96 proprietary Nvidia driver. What is even weirder is that I was using exactly this if I remember correctly with my KDE install until friday with absolutely no issue.
EDIT: Forgot to say, I didn’t make any changes to gnome-shell or display manager (using gdm).
I’m seeing the same issue - there’s a regression somewhere along the line. The two main elements that have been updated recently are the kernel and the Nvidia driver, so downgrading one then the other will likely identify which is at fault.
I did a clean reinstall, booted up on the LTS kernel (5.10) and then installed the nvidia 470 drivers, and not the 495 that I had installed before through dkms, and I still have the problem which makes no sense to me honestly. Next step is probably just install KDE and hope this is somehow a Gnome issue.