Hello Lukas! > happy with Linux, happy with Debian -- I am running 2.6.12 on my IBM > t40p. That is great. > There is one thing, however, that I have not been able to solve > totally: I would like to have Suspend-to-RAM ("standby") and > Suspend-to-Disk ("hibernate") working in parallel. > > Once, with an older Kernel, Suspend-to-Disk worked -- but not > Suspend-to-RAM. > > Now, wit 2.6.12, Suspend-to-RAM works -- but not Suspend-to-Disk > anymore. On my R51 both works. > Always when I tried to get to work both, I had a corruption of my > file-system when restarting from Suspend-to-Disk since there was a > (I assume) a race condition creating a kernel panic. Since this > always cost a huge amount of time to fix it, I try to avoid similar > problems. Hence my kind request: > First there are to mailing list especially for thinkpad. And one for Suspend2. > - Has anyone got Suspend-to-Disk *and* Suspend-to-RAM working on an > IBM t40p running with a recend Linux 2.6 Kernel und Debian unstable? Only on a R51 > - If so, would you mind sending me the appropriate information > (scripts, kernel configs, hints)? I can but i need more informations. With which suspend-to-disk do you work. Some outputs from suspend to disk. Which graphic card driver? CU Michael -- Michael Ott, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.zolnott.de I am registered as user #275453 with the Linux Counter, http://counter.li.org.
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