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SubjectRe: What about bugzilla.kernel.org / Bug 37142 / Tuxonice developer going to quit development
Hi.

On 01/11/11 21:14, Michael Leun wrote:
> Is there any timeline for bringing bugzilla.kernel.org up again?
>
>
> I'm mainly asking because I was tracking
>
> Bug 37142 – [GM965/KMS/UXA] memory corruption on resume from hibernate
>
> a memory corruption issue which is around for quite some time, see
>
> http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.kernel/1116939/focus=1117113
>
> that was March 2011. I suspect this bug might be there since
> introduction of KMS.
>
> My workaround since I noticed that bug was to use tuxonice for suspend
> to disk, what works perfectly (that in particular means without memory
> corruption), but unfortunately the current developer of tuxonice, Nigel
> Cunningham is going to stop development, see
>
> http://lists.tuxonice.net/pipermail/tuxonice-users/2011-November/000945.html

I'm asking for input, not committing myself to stopping development
(yet). If there are good reasons to continue to maintain ToI, I'll
happily do that - I just have no idea at the moment how many people are
still saying "[u]swsusp doesn't work for me, TuxOnIce does."

Regards,

Nigel
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