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SubjectRe: Make swsusp actually work
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've applied both this patch and the earlier one, and now my
2.4.19-pre5-ac3 system can suspend and it can resume. However,
when it resumed, I was stuck in the kernel SysRq function.

Couldn't get out of it.

And nothing seemed to work, other than it kept displaying the
help each time I touched a key.

On the other hand, the swsusp in 2.4.18-WOLK3.3 works correctly.

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Brian Litzinger <brian@worldcontrol.com>

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