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I'm installing vanilla-sources-126.96.36.199 now. After emerging kernel
sources, go to www.suspend2.net and get
Unpack it somewhere i.e. /root/software-supend then go to
/usr/src/linux-188.8.131.52 and use: /root/software-suspend/apply.
This will patch the kernel. Then "make menuconfig" and choose whatever
you need, save and "make ; make modules_install".
Copy the kernel and System.map to /boot, edit grub.conf:
kernel (hd0,X)/boot/vmlinuz-184.108.40.206 root=/dev/hdaX
Also, I don't use kernel IBM ACPI option, but I did used: emerge
ibm-acpi + radeontool hibernate and laptop-mode-tools (take care with
HDD spindown options - I've disabled that features as they are dangerous ).
I don't use genkernel or initrd usually, but now I have initrd for
You might find useful this:
and a nice article here
I hope it helps!
Cliff Rowley wrote:
>On 5/17/05, Ovidiu Bivolaru <ovidiu@...> wrote:
>>are you using ibm-acpi module ? It does generate an ACPI event for
>>dock/undock and you might have the wrong action for such event (if
>>ibm_acpi is loaded you have /proc/acpi/ibm/dock ).
>> I'm using vanilla-sources 220.127.116.11 + swsup2 on T30 and I have no
>>problems with suspend to RAM and suspend to disk 2, but I'm not using
>>docking and I cannot say anything. Btw, what's Dyntick ?
>Dyntick is here: http://www.muru.com/linux/dyntick/ :)
>It appears that it might be dyntick causing the crashes after all!
>I've recompiled without dyntick support, leaving swsusp2 support in
>and I don't crash when switching between AC and DC. Next test .. I'll
>try dyntick on its own and see if I crash. I guess it could be an
>incompatibility between them?
>You say you're using swsusp2 .. how do you build your kernel?
>Genkernel? Do you use an initrd? I'm now trying to work out how to
>get my system to resume after hibernate .. grr.
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