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demmylls 03-06-2004 04:52 AM

suspend a.k.a hibernate on kernel 2.6, how to use it?
 
i have enables both software suspend (EXPERIMENTAL) AND suspend-to-disk (I ALSO SET THE pmdisk=/dev/dha7 which is my swap partition) and compiled it directly into the kernel.
i'm currently running kernel 2.6.3

suspend a.k.a hibernate on kernel 2.6, how to use it?

how do i call the system to suspend onto disk just like what windows XP hibernate.

what shall i do to enable and use this features?

mi6 03-06-2004 12:06 PM

do you have a /usr/local/sbin/hibernate and /etc/suspend.conf? If you do, then it is as easy as #hibernate

If not you will want to go to http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...group_id=25964 and grab the current suspend script to enable your functions.


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