I just purchased the latest Latitude 5420 and I cannot get suspend to RAM working. I use Ubuntu 21.04 with kernel 5.11. dmesg shows there is no S3 supported:
# dmesg | grep ACPI | grep support
[ 1.423483] ACPI: (supports S0 S4 S5)
In BIOS I have Sleep S3 specifically unblocked (I also tried to change it to ON):
I also tried to add mem_sleep_default=deep to GRUB kernel boot options and also to force via command line, but mem_sleep file is not editable:
$ cat /sys/power/mem_sleep
$ echo deep | sudo tee /sys/power/mem_sleep
tee: /sys/power/mem_sleep: Invalid argument
When suspending (via systemctl suspend or from GNOME menu -> Suspend) I see it goes to s2idle always instead:
[ 1144.616225] PM: suspend entry (s2idle)
I tried everything I could find on the Internet but I cannot get it to go to deep sleep.
I just got my work laptop Latitude 7520 with having same problem with missing S3 support. The default activated 's2idle' drained full battery within 24 hours
I regret changing from Lenovo to Dell. Their keyboards are far superior even on 14 inch laptops. The German keyboard on Latitude is miserable: too small enter key, arrows up & down keys and missing page up and down keys. I figured that I can enable these key with Fn+Arrow which is not a very user friendly solution.
Please Dell fix the issue with S3 state in next BIOS version or tell us how to fix it on Arch Systems. That is one major unacceptable issue.
Just got into my hands a new generation Latitude 5530 with 12th gen Intel CPU.
Issue remains the same, output from powercfg /a on Windows remains exactly the same.
What is really "funny" from this situation is the fact that if I go to the BIOS' of both the Latitude 5420 as of this Latitude 5430 standing next to me, I find an option in "Power" section called "Block Sleep", this option literally says that if you as a user wish to block Deep Sleep S3 you can enable, but it is OFF and still I get S3 blocked... incredible.
Dell nor Intel seems really interested into listening to the community, it's a pity the decisions they are taking and forcing the users to take.
In the meantime, I've purchased a Lenovo T14 Gen2 AMD for my professional activities and I couldn't be happier with it running Linux. Byebye Dell, hope this is my last post "complaining" about basic tech and functionalities that a poweruser's laptop should have.
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I have the same problem with Latitude 5530.
One flag in the BIOS will solve this issue. It's not a big deal for DELL.
It does not matter, every year I will ask them for a new battery, I have a 3 year warranty.
When I buy a Dell product I expect evolution not regression.
Amazing this story. I am disappointed with DELL.