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Computer: Macbook pro retina 2012 Ubuntu 13.10

The screen becomes black with lit keyboards when I try waking up my computer after closing the lid or suspending from terminal.

Attempt at solution: I tried changing grub command to "GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash pcie_aspm=force", it gives me the log in screen, but after typing in my credentials the screen reverts to black.

Does this have to do with my default graphics card being nouveau? (Additional driver doesn't show the nvidia graphics card).

I am extremely new to ubuntu, so any suggestion would be appreciated =]

EDIT: error log - http://imgur.com/sDlCEGf (i dont have enough reputations to post screenshot..)

cont - http://imgur.com/11bNTL6

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After reboot, do you get any reports sounding like 'Ubuntu 13.10 has expected internal system error"? It should contain useful data to us. Thanks! BTW it might be unsupported motherboard, had the same problem –  Xylo Dec 29 '13 at 19:33
    
Yes on reboot it does give me that error message, and the motherboard is Intel Core i7. How do i post the error message? –  zahzuh Dec 29 '13 at 19:39
    
enlarge the box to maximum and send screenshot –  Xylo Dec 29 '13 at 19:41
    
i posted the screenshot –  zahzuh Dec 29 '13 at 20:46
    
I see, can you slide down so I can see the last thing at top? And By the way, what graphic card do you have? –  Xylo Dec 29 '13 at 20:48
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Installing kernel 3.13 RC 6 have fixed the problem with the black screen from suspend.

Follow the instructions here: http://linuxg.net/kernel-3-13-rc-6-has-been-released-how-to-install-kernel-3-13-rc-6-on-ubuntu-linux-mint-pear-os-and-elementary-os/

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