Kernel Summit 2006: Software suspend
Posted Jul 27, 2006 14:19 UTC (Thu) by rvfh
In reply to: Kernel Summit 2006: Software suspend
Parent article: Kernel Summit 2006: Software suspend
> nobody needs again 2 in kernel solutions.
swsusp and uswsusp? Isn't that TWO broken in-kernel solutions?
I don't care that swsusp and suspend2 SHOULD fail on the same machines:
they don't. Suspend2 is successful where swsusp is NOT. Example: my wife's
laptop. And that's pure FACT, no opinion.
And I also don't care that uswsusp COULD do the same as Suspend2,
because for now it does not. Suspend2 is FASTER then Windows and just as
As a last note, I remark than Andrew Morton himself does not like the
idea of user-land suspend. So what are they waiting for? A few changes to
the patches? Let them come along, and let's have Suspend2 in the kernel.
QUICK! We're six YEARS late!
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