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SubjectRe: uspend to Disk - Kernel 2.6.4 vs. r50p
On Tue, May 04, 2004 at 08:18:23PM -0500, Rob Landley wrote:

> I'm one of the people for whom Patrick's suspend worked and yours didn't. Now
> I've been busy with other things for a couple months (Penguicon 2.0 went
> quite well, by the way), and there's talk of yanking Patrick's suspend code
> from the kernel. Right, so I've got to deal with this. I can't say I'm
> thrilled, but I DO want to continue to be able to suspend my laptop.

Hi!
Just a couple of lines to tell you that I was convinced of the same (PM
works, SWSUSP-vanilla no). But from 2.6.3 --- to which I am stuck, had
no time to play, just to work, with my laptop till then --- swsusp works
quite well (modulo pcmcia modem sometime getting stuck after resume and
sometime no, misteries of life). Pavel told me that if PMDISK worked,
SWSUSP (vanilla) should work, too, and he was right (tm).

The other way around is trying suspend2, given that Nigel is very
responsive; it will be the first thing I'll try again when having a
little time after IMTC04. It didn't work one month ago, but Nigel thinks
he have fixed it.

By the way, I have a vaio FX701.

Romano

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