Suspend to Disk on a Targa traveller 800 (WAS: Re: Suspend to disk.)
On Thu, Oct 12, 2000 at 11:23:08PM -0400, Neil L. Roeth wrote:
> On Oct 12, Heather (email@example.com) wrote:
> > > > > probably gonna be quite some work since you need to make a new partition
> > > > > that I think must be located as the first one on the disk and that screws
> > > > > up a number of things like lilo, fstab etc, not to mention the fact that
> > > > > you have to move your linux partition (I suppose?).
> > > > >
> > > > > /Joel Kjellgren
> > > >
> > > > If it is a typical Phoenix BIOS, raw partitions for hibernate can be
> > > > anywhere on the disk. This isn't just "known" this is tested, as I've
> > > > got a quite happy machine with a partition smack in the middle. (I was
> > > > moving it around messing with sizes of other things.)
> > >
> > > The lphdisk docs say it "should be" a primary partition. Do you know
> > > if it works on a logical partition?
> > No, I don't know - I didn't try it that way. Sorry.
> > * Heather Stern * star@ many places...
> Thanks. I looked at the lphdisk code and it has hda4 hard coded in
> it, so the docs are ambiguous but the code is not! I repartitioned my
> disk and the suspending works like a charm.
I have a funny (well I don´t really think it is funny) Problem with S2D
with my Laptop (Targa Traveller 800 - seems to be only sold in germany).
It suspendes like a charm, but then when I wake it up, the system comes
up again (including the last shown picture (X11, fb or Text), but then
the laptop just reboots automatically. I tried it with everything
unloaded (pcmcia, alsa, irda), but it still produces the old behavior.
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