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SubjectRe: APM on a HP Omnibook XE3
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>>>>> "robert" == Robert Szentmihalyi <robert.szentmihalyi@entracom.de> writes:

>> > For me Fn+F12 works.
robert> unfortunately not for me....

You need to have a partition created with the recovery CD, it don't
work if you create it with normal fdisk (and it will destroy your data
in the disk, do a backup first).

z>> > apm -s & apm -S fails.
>>
>> works only if you have a suspend-on-disk partition.
robert> I have created one with lphdisk and it works under Win2k...

robert> The HP support people say the new omnibook BIOS is not APM
robert> compilant any more.

I have the omnibook lastest BIOS as end of July, it will work only
with Fn+F12. I don't remind the version, can check when rebooting.

robert> ACPI only...

robert> Suspend-to-disk with API is not yet supported and I can't use
robert> software suspend because of reiserfs

robert> I guess I have to wait for proper hibernation support with ACPI....

I am also waiting for it, as I can not suspend to RAM, but suspend to
disk is working nicely here (what is an advantage while waiting).

Later, Juan.

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