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SubjectRe: 2.6.10-mm2: swsusp problem with resuming on batteries (AMD64)
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On Tuesday, 11 of January 2005 23:14, Barry K. Nathan wrote:
> > > The box is an Athlon 64 laptop on NForce 3.
> >
> > Can you try without cpufreq support? If we attempt to do 2GHz on AC
> > power, machine may die ugly death.
>
> Athlon 64 probably means it's running an x86_64 kernel. Wasn't there
> another thread on lkml about -mm2 swsusp and x86_64?

Yes, there was.

> I wonder if it's the same problem (or a related one).

The other thread was about the hang caused by the timer driver on suspend
(which I'm still trying to understand, but it takes time ;-)).

That problem is rather not related to this one, because I'm currently using a
slightly modified kernel in which the function timer_resume() (that caused
the hang) is a noop.

Greets,
RJW

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