Re: hibernate, suspend and s2both support
On Thursday 22 March 2007 15:31, Tim Dijkstra wrote:
> I'm trying to get suspend-to-both (save state to disk, just like
> hibernate, but then suspend to ram) to work on ppc.
> In the end it is probably simpler than I imagined. Due to the work the
> linux-pm guys did, it appears I only had to rip out all the evil hacks
> some x86 machines need.
> If someone could test the powerpc packages on debian by doing roughly
> the following, that would be really nice:
> Then run s2both. This should save to disk (you'll get some messages
> reporting progress of that) and suspend-to-ram. Now wake up
> your system.
yes, that would be fine, if only the s2* executables are installed by your
mind@Tarja:~/packaging/uswsusp$ ls -R test/
lib sbin share
doc initramfs-tools lintian man
changelog.Debian.gz copyright README README.Debian-source TODO
changelog.gz HOWTO.gz README.Debian README.s2ram-whitelist.gz
conf.d hooks scripts
resume.8.gz s2both.8.gz s2disk.8.gz s2ram.8.gz suspend-keygen.8.gz
there is no trace of s2both, s2disk and s2ram :)
> grts Tim