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SubjectRe: [PATCH] make my life easier ...
On Wed, 25 Oct 2000, Martin Mares wrote:

> Hello!
> > "The Linux 'original' IDE guy' Mark Lord showed Alan what was trying to
> > bang over everyone's head, without success.
> >
> > Here is his sample code for cs5530 chipset.
> >
> > Look at this and comment. I have part of the space setup to complete the
> > APM extenstion calls. This will get you and me out of a jam with laptops.
> This doesn't make much sense to me: Why don't we just reinitialize the timings
> as we do when programming the chipset instead of saving/restoring the state?
> Also, are you sure BIOSes don't save the IDE controller state when suspending?

Assume BIOS = just enough to appear to work with Windows. My VAIO appears
to lose at least the spindown timeout setting, probably more on suspend.
It also loses some video state - if I suspend when the screen is blanked
by X, restore gets me a white screen of death - no way to make video come
back to life. Now that I've got hibernate working, I've figured out that I
can hibernate/unhibernate to get the card back into the state X thinks it
should be in.

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