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    SubjectRe: Some sort corruption of my Thermal Subsystem after suspend to ram
    On Thu, May 01, 2008 at 01:57:58AM -0400, Len Brown wrote:

    > I'm not aware of a native Linux device driver that talks to this device
    > (nor can I think of a useful purpose for such a driver)
    > So it seems what is in play here is any BIOS code that talks to this device,
    > and Linux's standard PCI config space restore.

    Perhaps we should be more aggressive about restoring PCI config space if
    there's no driver bound to a device. The alternative in this case would
    seem to be to write a driver for this device that does nothing other
    than handle suspend/resume.

    Matthew Garrett |

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