Comment 1 for bug 223478

After further experimentation, it turns out that this only happens when suspending by closing the lid; if I suspend by using the power button on the gnome panel, the power button on the laptop, the Function-Suspend key combination, or '/etc/acpi/sleep.sh force', it suspends and resumes just fine. Only if I put it to sleep via closing the lid does it have a problem. It seems to wake up fine other than the screen; I can ssh in, put it to sleep using /etc/acpi/sleep.sh force, and then wake it up with the power button. And if I put it to sleep in any of the ways besides closing the lid, close it, and open it, it wakes up just fine. The only way it breaks is by going to sleep via closing the lid.