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Kernel Summit 2006: Software suspend

Kernel Summit 2006: Software suspend

Posted Jul 18, 2006 11:47 UTC (Tue) by maks (subscriber, #32426)
In reply to: Kernel Summit 2006: Software suspend by bojan
Parent article: Kernel Summit 2006: Software suspend

> So does swsusp - it's mostly a driver issue. As I can verify on my dual core laptop.

swsusp works fine here (mem, disk) on x60 once you set an bios sata option to compatible.

The driver issues are the real, good to see work on bluetooth, firewire and so on..


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Kernel Summit 2006: Software suspend

Posted Jul 18, 2006 20:14 UTC (Tue) by bojan (subscriber, #14302) [Link]

> swsusp works fine here (mem, disk) on x60 once you set an bios sata option to compatible.

Apparently, this is the case with Suspend2 as well on this hardware:

http://www.gnugrass.com/personal/x60.html

On my dual core hardware, I can get both working, but only "sort of" for now. Both still have problems with (surprise) various drivers.

Sure, sometimes one solution will work on some hardware and won't on another. But generally speaking, as of recent, both have similar success rates. Which, of course, is no accident - they rely on similar stuff in the kernel to do things.


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