On 07.09.2010 21:15, Rodolfo kix Garcia wrote: > On 07/09/10 01:40, Kan-Ru Chen wrote: >> Hi! > Now I am trying to maintain the database (from 8 months ago), and the > project was moved from sourceforge to git.kernel.org, but there is not a > new version in the webpage. The database is important because it has the > flags for the suspend to ram, an example: > With KMS all those quirks are obsolete and actually harmful, if you try to apply those quirks when using KMS (I got bug reports agains pm-utils where suspend/resume failed because of that). Maintaining a database outside of the kernel has no future. We learned that the hard way with hal/pm-utils That said, I very much doubt the usefulness of s2ram in a KMS world. s2disk still has some nice features (like compression, splash support etc) which the in-kernel swsusp has not. Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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