Re: thinkpad 560 suspend
> How do I get suspend to work on a ThinkPad 560 in Linux? Perhaps I did not
> set it in the kernel, I'm not sure. It will turn off when I give the command
> 'shutdown -h 0' so I don't have to use the switch to turn it off.
An important fact of Thinkpad life is that its hibernate space has to live on
a FAT filesystem. If you wipe out all vestige of FAT, you lose the ability
to hibernate... not sure it's supposed to harm suspend.
I had heard of someone working on having soft hibernate into swap space, to
give non-APM systems the ability to suspend. Anyone know anything about what
happened to that?
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