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Bug#584259: initramfs-tools: breaks software suspend (hibernation)

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* Willi Mann <willi@wm1.at> [Mit Jun 02, 2010 at 06:13:08 +0200]:

> Since the upgrade to 0.94.4 in testing, software suspend's resume
> does not complete. The screen it ends up with is black except a blinking cursor,
> but I can use Alt+F1 to switch to a screen that shows some messages concerning 
> hibernation. In this screen, typed keys are shown on the screen, but no further
> action (especially no reaction of Sys-Rq keys) can be started. Particularly, it
> is not possible to undo the switch done with Alt+F1. 

> I mainly tested the suspend with s2disk from uswsusp, but it's also
> reproduceable with the in-kernel suspend method.

> Downgrading to version 0.93.4 solves the issue (only tested with s2disk). 
> I haven't yet tested the intermediate versions that only ended up in 
> unstable.


> -- resume
> # RESUME=/dev/sda6
> RESUME='LABEL=amdlinux-swap'

Does it work with 'RESUME=/dev/disk/by-label/amdlinux-swap'?

If it still does not work then: can you please extract the broken
and the working initramfs[1] and check the difference between them?
Especially the included configuration files and the list of files
would be interesting.

[1] Extract the initramfs running:

 cd /tmp/
 mkdir initramfs
 cd initramfs
 gunzip -c /boot/initrd.img-2.6.33... | cpio -i -d -H newc --no-absolute-filenames


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