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SubjectRe: [Swsusp-devel] Software Suspend 2.0
From Nigel Cunningham on Saturday, 31 January, 2004:
>On Sat, 2004-01-31 at 19:22, Luke-Jr wrote:
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>> Except that it doesn't seem to work...
>> 1. patched in software-suspend-core-2.0-whole -- worked fine
>> 2. software-suspend-linux-2.6.1-rev3-whole:
>> 2a. can't autodetect files to patch
>> 2b. alot of patching fails
>> Is there something obvious I'm doing wrong? :/
>Yes. Apply the patches the other way around - the version specific one
>first, then the core. Oh, you'll also want to get the latest 2.6.1 patch

Coupla quick questions for you, while we're on the topic.

I get lots of fails against 2.6.2-rc2-mm1; will the -rcX kernels
be addressed, or will the patches only be against non-rc kernels?
What about -mm kernels?

Also, how does this differ from what is currently in the vanilla

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