RE: resume to disk
Sorry, but I don't sure that I undrestand you.
Primary, yes, I was enable the software suspend in my kernel.
Second, if the the bios native hibernation don't work with the swap partition with wich
partition it work and if I will give any parameter to the kernel in the boot?
And last, if I remember good, the documentation say that the default place for resume is the
swap partition, so.., why do you say that this partition doesn't work with the bios-native-hibernation.
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From: Κωνσταντίνος Κουκόπουλος [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, March 28, 2005 6:55 PM
Subject: Re: resume to disk
On Mon 28 Mar 2005 13:20, Gustavo Halperin wrote:
> Yes I'm currently using a native software suspend from the Kernel
> 2.6.7. Her documentation say that by default the suspend use the swap
> This Documentation (Documentation/power/swsusp.txt) also say append
> "resume=/dev/<swap partition>"
> in the kernel parameters. And I did it.
The documentation you're referring to is about software suspend (in which the OS takes care of saving the memory to disk). But if you're using the bios native hibernation mode then I think that it won't work with the swap partition. Perhaps you have to enable software suspend in your kernel configuration?
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