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Re: Dell 600m suspend ** fixed? **


So, I recompiled my kernel after tweaking a few things (made everything in 
ACPI compiled-in instead of a module), and now echo 4 > /proc/acpi/sleep 
works fine.  echo -n "disk" > /sys/power/state doesn't work though.  Odd.

 - Matt

On Saturday 21 August 2004 07:14 pm, Matt Perry wrote:
> Hi All,
> I recently had Linux on my Dell 600m, then wiped it because of a corrupted
> partition table.  Now I'm putting Debian back on...
> Anyhow, I'm having trouble with getting suspend to work properly.  I can
> get it to sleep, but not resume properly.
> If I echo -n "disk" > /sys/power/state, it properly sleeps.  However, on
> the wakeup, it says "Unable to find suspended-data signature".  I'm passing
> resume=/dev/hda3 to the kernel (which is my swap space) so I'd expect it to
> find it.  Googling for this error message doesn't help much either.
> Anyone else run into this?  Any help would be appreciated... and I'll be
> happy to provide any config files or dumps you need.
> Thanks,
>   - Matt

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