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SubjectRe: Suspend to ram with 2.6 kernels
On Wed 06-09-06 19:35:50, Eric Sandall wrote:
> Hello LKML,
>
> I am having a problem with suspend-to-ram (have been for a while, but
> suspend-to-disk has been working fine for me, so I never really bothered
> to report it until now).
>
> Suspend-to-disk and resuming from it works fine (using `echo -n disk >
> /sys/power/state`).
>
> Suspend-to-ram works fine (using `echo -n mem > /sys/power/state`), but
> resuming does not. When I lift up the lid of my laptop (Dell Inspiron
> 5100) it seems to power back up (the power light changes from blinking
> to solid), but my screen stays blank and keys such as capslock do not
> toggle their LED.

See suspend.sf.net, use provided s2ram program.

Pavel
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