Re: suspend/hibernate to work on thinkpad x60s?

From: George Nychis
Date: Wed Jul 19 2006 - 11:47:28 EST

Thanks Rafael,

it's resuming now after a suspend to disk. However it seems to have the
same problem as my suspend to memory.

No matter which I do, after the computer resumes, it works until a disk
access happens. For instance, if i suspend to disk while in X, then
resume, i get my windows back and everything, however the minute I open
up a console and type "ls", things start to bomb and lock up... i never
get a response from the ls command

The same thing goes for suspending to memory. I have "AHCI" mode set in
the bios, i know someone mentioned switching to compatability mode, but
from what I understand, some have gotten it to work in AHCI mode?


Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:
> On Wednesday 19 July 2006 17:28, George Nychis wrote:
>> Oh, and what should the default resume partition be (for
>> CONFIG_SOFTWARE_SUSPEND)? my root partition?
> No, your swap partition, but you don't need to set it.
> It can also be passed to the kernel with the resume= command line argument.
>> Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:
>>> On Tuesday 18 July 2006 17:26, George Nychis wrote:
>>>> acpid has been started, however there is no /sys/power/disk
>>> Have you set CONFIG_SOFTWARE_SUSPEND in .config?
>>> Rafael
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