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SubjectRe: [RFC] Reliable video POSTing on resume

> >>What about simply blocking all video accesses before disk (etc) is
> >>resumed, so that "normal" (not locked in memory) application can be
> >>used?
> >
> > Very bad for debugging. Genuine serial ports are becoming rarer.
> As a bonus, even genuine serial ports may be in undefined state after
> resume. I'm unfortunate enough to have a brand new notebook with
> serial port, but the serial console code will print garbage after
> resume until I do a
> echo foo >/dev/ttyS0

It seems that open helps here. Can you confirm with >/dev/ttyS0
(i.e. without echo foo?). If it helps, all you need to do is simulate
open/close from _resume() routine....
People were complaining that M$ turns users into beta-testers...
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