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Subjectswsusp: Unable to find swap-space signature
I think I'm making progress.
I have 128 MB RAM, and a single 256 MB swap partition.
I pressed SysRq-D, swsusp displayed all sorts of successful messages, and
then rebooted my computer. (can I get it to poweroff my computer instead of
reboot it?)

When it started up again, the kernel displayed the message "Unable to find
swap-space signature" and went on to fsck. The swap partition seemed dead. I
ran mkswap and swapon to get my swap partition back.

Any idea what went wrong? I'd love to get swsusp working.

Thanks,
Shaun
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