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    SubjectRe: Make swsusp actually work better
    On Mon, Apr 08, 2002 at 01:37:26AM +0200, Pavel Machek wrote:
    > Hi!
    > There were two bugs, and linux/mm.h one took me *very* long to
    > find... Well, those bits used for zone should have been marked. Plus I
    > hack ide_..._suspend code not to panic, and it now seems to
    > work. [Sorry, 2pm, have to get some sleep.]

    I can suspend without oopses. Yeh!

    However, during the boot '2419p5a3 resume=/dev/hda6' it oopses right
    after saying a couple of things about not being able to determine
    blocksize. I'll photograph the repeatable oops and get it to you
    when I have access to my camera again. Probably in the next
    24 hours.

    Do I need APM compiled into the kernel?

    > (about SSSCA) "I don't say this lightly. However, I really think that
    > the U.S. no longer is classifiable as a democracy, but rather as a
    > plutocracy." --hpa

    The US was never a democracy. It was a constitutional republic.
    Be that as it may, Thomas Hobbes wrote that there are only three
    kinds of governments: Monarchies, Democracies, and Aristocracies.
    All the rest of kinds and types are just versions of those already
    mentioned. The US is not a Democracy by any definition
    so clearly I cannot choose the glass in front of me...

    While the country may aspire to be a constitutional republic,
    it seems to operate by the golden rule mixed with a bit of
    thuggery, so clearly I cannot choose the glass in front of you...
    Are there countries that operate differently?

    Brian Litzinger <>

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