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SubjectRe: [pm] fix time after suspend-to-*
Hi!

> > Not sure... We do not want applications to know. Certainly we can't
> > send a signal; SIGPWR already has some meaning and it would be bad to
> > override it.
>
> And SIGPWR is a bad choice anyway as the default action for SIGPWR
> is to terminate the process - I can't see people being amused if all
> their processes are killed when they suspend their laptop :-)
>
> We could invent a new signal whose default action is ignore ... Solaris
> has SIGFREEZE and SIGTHAW (the comment in the header file says used by CPR
> - whatever that is). SIGSUSPEND and SIGRESUME?

Is adding signal really that easy? I thought there's limited number of
them...

Pavel

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