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SubjectRe: [Suspend2-devel] Re: Suspend2 - Request for review & inclusion in -mm
Hi!

> When I installed ubuntu 6.06 on my shiny new laptop, I pressed the
> hibernate button. The screen went black, the hard disk light locked on and
> it just sat there. I thought to myself "oh dear, it's locked up" so I
> pulled the battery out and restarted the machine. (Ubuntu uses the
> in-kernel swsusp). It turns out the machine was actually hibernating. Who
> would have known? I told me nothing and behaved *exactly* like a machine
> hard-locked. So on this one box, the in-kernel suspend actually works, for
> certain definitions of works.

Increase console loglevel if you want to see the messages, this is
FAQ.

> And of course on my other laptop it just does weird things. I could
> probably help debug it if I had the time or inclination, but seriously.. I
> simply add
>
> deb http://dagobah.ucc.asn.au/ubuntu-suspend2 dapper/

Okay, so do that and bye bye...

> Yes, suspend2 is more complex than what is in the kernel.. but whadda ya
> know.. it works. Perhaps that extra complexity is there for a
> reason..

Perhaps not. Even Nigel understands that compression/encryption does
not _have_ to be there.
Pavel
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