"steven k. thompson" wrote:
> [...] Any way to get hibernation
> back that anyone knows of?
Depends on the BIOS. If your machine has a Phoenix NoteBIOS, lphdisk
(available from a Deb archive near you) will format a partition (which
must be number 4, i.e., probably /dev/hda4) in the right way. Check the
boot messages from the BIOS (mine said something along the lines of
``can't find anywhere to suspend to, disabling this feature'' on boot
without the relevant partition) to diagnose the problem.
Apparently you can also suspend to a file in a FAT<something> partition,
but I don't know how to do this, since I got rid of any trace of FAT on
my system. Perhaps the BIOS/machine docs tell you how to do this?
email: Stephen.Rank@durham.ac.uk --- http://www.dur.ac.uk/stephen.rank/
smail: Research Institute for Software Evolution,
Department of Computer Science, University of Durham, U.K.
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