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SubjectRe: swsusp again [was Re: Switching Kernels without Rebooting?]
> Suspend-to-disk, change hardware, restore-from-disk, load neccessary
> modules seems quite easy to do with swsusp. It is very different from
> suspend-to-disk, change kernel, restore-from-disk (which is guaranteed
> to kill you if kernel changes size).

It works for most hw changes. I've used swsusp to replace a burned out 3c509
without rebooting 8)
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