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dell_e5400 [2009/11/04 20:28]
jim i386 kernel.
dell_e5400 [2010/01/20 09:51] (current)
jim Suspend and hibernate update.
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-To my delight ​both seem to work solidly.+Initially ​both seemed ​to work solidly. Then, sadly, it turned out this was an illusion. Suspend does seem to be reliable. Hibernate mostly works. Mixing the two seems to greatly increases the chances of the system wedging. The Dell BIOS DSDT shows the usual selection of warnings from the Intel compiler.
  
 I've installed ''​uswsusp''​ to give me a little console feedback during suspend and resume. This seems to be OK. I tried adding ''​splashy''​ for some eye candy, but immediately fell found of kernel memory corruption on resume. I suspect this may be an interaction with the kernel modesetting. The modesetting stays, ''​splashy''​ goes. I've installed ''​uswsusp''​ to give me a little console feedback during suspend and resume. This seems to be OK. I tried adding ''​splashy''​ for some eye candy, but immediately fell found of kernel memory corruption on resume. I suspect this may be an interaction with the kernel modesetting. The modesetting stays, ''​splashy''​ goes.
 
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