I often get stuck at the boot on battery.
I can suspend and hibernate without any trouble (even on battery).
If I plug the energy cable everything goes right most of the time (edited June 13).
Adding "acpi=off" doesn't solve the issue.
Disabling power save from LAN at BIOS doesn't solve this too.
Memory test seems to be ok:
I can even compile a kernel without a problem:
Has someone a tip for this?
(I have the same questions marks in my mind as the image shows if not more :-/ )
obs.: this is an upgraded installation from Natty alpha.
edited I (May 22): I've installed a brand new final 11.04 and got the bug again.
edited II (June 13): I thought it was solved but it is not. After spending eight days off, the same problem happened even with the power cable connected. I had to reboot about 6 times until success.
edited III (June 14): I can boot (even with battery) if I disconnect the cable and take off the battery for a few seconds. This lead me to conclude that maybe something is kept into memory of some hardware. Maybe or maybe not related but I also have touchpad issues (jumps) with this machine.
edited IV (June 25): I opened gconf-editor and went to apps > gnome-power-manager and disabled everything possibly related to suspend or hibernate. No help.
Also I grabbed a Fedora live usb pendrive and got the same problem:
So I think it is a hardware problem related issue.