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Old 06-17-2004, 12:31 AM   #1
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suspend /hybernate on dell M60 w. 2.6 kernel


Has anyone gotten suspend to disk or hybernation working with 2.6 kernel on a dell M60 ? I enabled this feature and when I test it by executing "powersave -suspend", it goes into suspend perfectly, but doesn't stay there. It immediately restores after doing the suspend. If I configure the lid switch to go into suspend mode, it does the same thing. Press the lid button and it suspends, but comes restore immediately with the lid button down.

It seems like it is pretty close to working. Any ideas ?

-Kevin
 
  


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