Re: Boot Loader
El mar, 30-04-2002 a las 07:32, Vivek escribió:
> On Tue, 30 Apr 2002, Derek Broughton wrote:
> > > knows how to cheat and reinitialise itself from a special swsupend file:
> > > but I don't think those are technically hibernation.
> > Technically? Technically, what I described is what Windows does. Which is
> > what the original poster was asking about. It's also, afaik, what swsusp
> > does. I haven't ever had a computer, laptop or desktop, that had a
> > suspend-to-disk that didn't take the computer to full power-off.
> I have. It's a Thinkpad A20p, and it _doesn't_ go through the bootloader
> when it wakes from hibernation ( which it would do, if I used swsusp ).
> I don't know about the full power off issue - that isn't the important
> distinction I was trying to make. The important bit is:
> Quick-boot-recovery -> via bootloader
> hibernate-wake-up -> via bios voodoo
On my notebook, Compaq Presario 1711LA:
Suspend -> Recovery at the same place whithout bootloader
(it doesn't matter, because only WinXP can suspend,
not my Linux).
Hibernate -> The power on calls to Bootloader.
German Poo Caaman~o
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