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SubjectRe: request_firmware() hotplug interface, third round.
Am Freitag, 16. Mai 2003 18:09 schrieb Alan Cox:
> On Gwe, 2003-05-16 at 09:07, Oliver Neukum wrote:
> > So, if I understand you correctly, RAM is only saved if a device
> > is hotpluggable and needs firmware only upon intial connection.
> > Which, if you do suspend to disk correctly, is no device.
> Thats just because the interface is a little warped not the theory.
> On a resume you need to reload firmware and you already handle
> rediscovery on USB bus for example because the devices can change

Right. But the order of resumption is fixed by hardware needs.
So during resumption you cannot use block devices and therefore
not start a hotplug script. Or did I miss something?


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