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Re: hibernation with new kernels

I have already the newest kernel and have always used the latest versions.  I can't check what version it was that was working well.  I have had to do a whole reinstall several times.  But it was a 2.6.2x kernel.  The hibernation seems to be as fast as it was though I didn't do anything special.  The noise might be coming from the network adapter.  I can say that the laptop does seem to make such noise while working under Windows and when it is on battery power.  So it might be also the processor.

I am sorry, I do not know what the tea kettle is.

On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 11:00 AM, Frank Lin PIAT <fpiat@klabs.be> wrote:
On Tue, 2009-02-17 at 20:18 +0330, Nima Azarbayjany wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a Dell Inspiron E1505 laptop with Debian Lenny installed on it.
> I have regularly installed the updates.  I had no problem with
> hibernation until the latest kernel updates were installed.  It works,
> but much slower

Switch to 2.6 kernel, kernel 2.4 are deprecated

> than before.  While hibernating/resuming, the screen goes completely
> blank except for the cursor at the top left corner of the screen.  And
> sometime during resume my laptop makes some noise which is weird and
> irritating.  Can anyone tell me what can I do to remove that noise and
> have faster hibernation/resumes like before?

Turn off the tea kettle.

Do not provide any factual information when you ask questions,
It would make the whole thing less fun ;)

Seriously, which kernels versions? (see /var/log/dpkg.log to know the
previous linux-image version)
Where does that sound seems to come from: speaker, hard-disk,
network-adapter, fan, or else?


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