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    SubjectRe: [Swsusp-devel] Re: Dropping CONFIG_PM_DISK?
    Thus wrote Benjamin Herrenschmidt:
    > > USB UHCI driver could be a fine example of a regression -- it could survive
    > > suspend in 2.4 under certain conditions, this is no longer true for 2.6.
    > Well, it may have survived by mere luck... the fact is that 2.4 never

    That's very likely. Anyway, pure luck is still better than no luck
    whatsoever...

    > had an infrastructure allowing anything remotely safe for
    > suspend/resume.

    Right, but the point is that while 2.6 has such an infrastructure, its
    introduction actually completely broke UHCI suspend / resume.

    > > There's also a great deal of people, who can't resume when AGP is being
    > > used -- that is again a regression over 2.4.
    > There haven't been a regression in the AGP drivers themselves afaik.

    Which, again, leads us to conclusion that it was the driver model change
    that broke that.

    I'm not trying to criticize the driver model itself (I'm sure others have
    already done enough), but merely to emphasize that 2.6 is not yet ready for
    laptop users.

    Enough of that, this is becoming off-topic. :)
    Best regards,

    --
    Karol 'sziwan' Kozimor
    sziwan@hell.org.pl
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