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SubjectRe: [RFC/RFT][PATCH -mm 0/5] swsusp: userland interface (rev. 2)
Hi!

> This is the second "preview release" of the swsusp userland interface patches.
> They have changed quite a bit since the previous post, as I tried to make the
> interface more robust against some potential user space bugs (or outright
> attempts to abuse it).
>
> The swsusp userland interface is based on a special character device allowing
> a user space process to initiate suspend or resume using ioctls and to write or read
> the system memory snapshot from the device (actually more operations are
> defined on the device).  The device itself is introduced by the
> second patch.
...
> Any feedback will be very much appreciated.

Pretty please, give it a try. If you think about introducing
splashscreen/compression/encryption into swsusp, userland parts of
these patches should be great place for it.
Pavel
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Thanks, Sharp!
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