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Re: swsusp2, kernel 2.6.14 and iBook (mid-2005)

In fact, I made the mistake to create a swap partition
 with exactly the same size as my RAM. Later on, I read
 somewhere that your swap partition must be at least
 1.5 times bigger than your RAM. Since I do not want to
 reinstall everything (Linux+MacOS) just to add some more
 swap space  (unless there is another method ?) I thought
 I could try  swsusp2 since you can compress the RAM image,
 or write  it into a file.

Andrea, what is the size of your swap partition and of your RAM ?

Magnus, thanks for the link to bugzilla. I'll have a look.


2005/12/20, Andrea Lusuardi - UoVoBW <linolu@tin.it>:
> On Tue, 20 Dec 2005 20
> Cédric Boutillier <cedric.boutillier@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi list,
> >
> > I am trying to make software suspend-to-disk 2 working on my  iBook,
> > but without success. What I've done up to now is
> i tryied it too, but gave up since susp1 works fine.
> is there in susp2 something you really need?
> have you tried the normal one?
> on my ibook 1.3ghz works _perfectly_.
> If one thing is working, why change to another?
> --
>          Andrea Lusuardi aka UoVoBW
>         Registered Linux User #364578
> -------------------------------------------------
> <sin|away> wanna see a turtle ride a slug?
> <sin|away> compile a vb program in wine

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