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Re: suspend to ram/disk

On Sat, 7 Oct 2006 11:08:43 +0200
Matthias Grimm <matthiasgrimm@users.sourceforge.net> wrote:

> On Fri, 6 Oct 2006 22:11:46 +0200
> Tim Dijkstra <newsuser@famdijkstra.org> wrote:
> > Do you need also need to do all these weird quirks to get your graphics
> > card to get out of sleep (vbetool, radeontool and the like)? 
> > I saw some code flying around doing some ioctl()s on /dev/pmu. Is that
> > all you need to safely s2ram?
> I use a G3 PowerBook with a ATI R128 Mobility graphics chip and one ioctl()
> is all I need to suspend the machine (s2ram).
> Unfortunately the keyboard and trackpad configuration would be lost if you
> limit your activities to a single ioctl(). Additionally you need to save
> the keyboard and trackpad configuration and restore them after wakeup.

Do you know if this is generic for all powerbooks? Or generic for all machines 
that have your type of keyboard and trackpad? How do you save that info?

grts Tim

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