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Re: [Suspend2-devel] Announcing Debian kernel-patch-suspend2/experimental



On Sat, Mar 05, 2005 at 08:59:35PM +0100, martin f krafft wrote:
> I have just finished the first public (yet EXPERIMENTAL!) version of
> the Debian software suspend 2 patch (www.suspend2.net). The patch
> integrates with Debian's kernel-package and modifies the
> kernel-image in such a way as to automatically modify any initial
> ramdisk and reinitialise swap partitions to preven data loss.

Wow! This is a great piece of work! I haven't tested it myself, but
staring at the package, it really does look complete (mkinitrd
script, mkswap script, hibernate recommendation).

For those testing with initrd's, can I ask people to test it without
putting the resume2= line on the kernel command-line? It shouldn't
be needed as the script detects your swap partition, but some people
have occasionally reported that it didn't work without the kernel
command-line option.

BTW Martin, the mkinitrd script is missing some >&2 's on the two
echo lines that make that comment (so was I :)

Also FWIW, I wrote the script under DebianInitrd on the wiki - I'm
willing to call it public domain "do what you want with it", unless
there are any reasons not to.

Bernard.

-- 
 Bernard Blackham <bernard at blackham dot com dot au>



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