> Suspending the CPU means that when power is reapplied it'll jump to its default start address.
> The kernel can't put code there, so performing suspend to RAM on commodity x86 without
> firmware assistance is impossible.
Is there really no known way to do this without assistance from the ACPI BIOS? I'm no expert, but
my understanding was that DOS extenders did this all the time to switch from protected back to
real mode at a time when there was no ACPI.