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SubjectRe: New Power Managment code
Hi!

> > The power management transitions live in the most recent ACPI code, which
> > you can get from Intel:
>
> Something I'm curious on wrt to this new work. Would it make sense for
> these callbacks to get called before/after APM suspend as well as ACPI ?
> (I'm thinking of older pre-ACPI compliant boxes).

With apm, bios/hw should do state saving itself. Doing it from os only
makes sense in order to work around bios bugs. It probably should not be
done as default.
Pavel
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