Re: suspend-to-ram with 2.6.13
>>i compiled kernel 2.6.13 on my 12" powerbook (newest model).
>>/sys/power/state looks like: "standby mem disk"
>>echo -n mem > /sys/power/state
>>echo -n standby > /sys/power/state
>>the suspend-process starts and falls back to console with no errors.
> Just curious - did it ever work? I thought there was some problem with the
> nvidia-chip and thus suspend-to-ram wouldn't work at all!?
no, i did not try it with an older kernel. this was my first try.
so the only possibility is to work with spuspend-to-disk (swsusp2)?