Re: pmud problem: No Sleep support on this hardware, exiting!
> > Me? I don't own any recent sort of Mac laptop yet. And I'd probably go for
> > disk suspend instead, short term. The only thing that's strange there is
> > the system clock being restored to suspend time :-)
> I had a similar problem on my Pismo when waking up from sleep and
> using NTP. I fixed it (at least for me) and even sent the patch to
> BenH IIRC. But I believe it was never applied.
Well, in this case the time reset is a feature (full kernel state
restored, including time) but not a very useful one. No idea what can go
wrong on wakeup - do you still have the patch around?