So far the best thing about my Framework Laptop (other than the large spec improvements over my previous laptop) is using my fingerprint to log in and authenticate for sudo.

The worst thing is it taking ~20s to come back after suspend. But maybe that can be fixed, I haven't looked into it.

@makeworld 20s from suspend sounds more like 20s from hibernation and not suspend:

> Suspend does not turn off your computer. It puts the computer and all peripherals on a low power consumption mode. If the battery runs out or the computer turns off for some reason, the current session and unsaved changes will be lost.

> Hibernate saves the state of your computer to the hard disk and completely powers off. When resuming, the saved state is restored to RAM.

From: askubuntu.com/a/3370

@fabianhjr yes I know what suspend is, it's what I have the laptop configured to do. I know it is not hibernating bc I did not configure it to do that. I can see the suspension in my kernel logs.

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@makeworld then the next probable cause from my experience could be DRM/video drivers.

Are you using integrated graphics or a dedicated gpu to drive the display? If it is nvidia are you using the drivers with modsetting?

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