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SubjectRe: patch for aty128fb.c
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On Wed, 2002-12-11 at 15:42, James Simmons wrote:
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> > Currently it can only put one rage 128 chip to sleep, but that is ok
> > for now since I've never seen a laptop with two rage 128 chips yet. :)
> > The generic device model will ultimately give us a better way to
> > handle sleep/wakeup.
>
> Actually I started to looking into doing that. I noticed struct
> pci_driver having a resume and suspend function. Is this related? I just
> started to looking into the new PM code.

It's +/- related, but pls don't play with that now, I need to dig into
it in much details myself, I don't think I'll use the pci callbacks
anyway.

Ben.

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