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SubjectRe: [Swsusp-devel] Re: Dropping CONFIG_PM_DISK?
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On Mon, 2004-03-01 at 22:35, Karol Kozimor wrote:
> Thus wrote Benjamin Herrenschmidt:
> > > - that 2.4 style PM got depreciated and let die before the
> > > "new-driver-model" PM is workin
> > Except that it never worked
> > > - that perfectly good drivers were rewritten from scratch,
> > > but without functioning PM support
> > Please, give names.
>
> USB UHCI driver could be a fine example of a regression -- it could survive
> suspend in 2.4 under certain conditions, this is no longer true for 2.6.
>
> There's also a great deal of people, who can't resume when AGP is being
> used -- that is again a regression over 2.4.
>
> The above are major showstoppers for most laptop users that already got
> used to stable and reliable swsusp and hence prefer to stick with 2.4.

Oh... and what about looking into the problem instead and adding/fixing
the necessary stuff ? It's not _that_ rocket science (and I have no
UHCI hardware to do it myself, thanks).

Ben.


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