Re: Hibernation on compaq presario 1200
I had a succefull history!
To get hibernate (you mean suspend to disk?), you have to compile the kernel
with APM support. Them you have to create the hibernate partition with a app
called lphdisk, and you are done.
It's a shame that with APM you get hibernate but loose the /proc/acpi
informations (like proc temperature). But with ACPI you loose hibernate!
From time to time I try ACPI again. Last time I got hibernate (echo 3s >
/proc/acpi/sleep if I'm not wrong), but when I tried to wake it up, it
On Monday 02 June 2003 11:17, Hugo S. Carrer wrote:
> Does anyone have a success story of hib. on a presario 1200?
> Or at least a story? :).
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