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Re: ThinkPad - suspend-to-RAM intel-x86 issues and tests
For general context, suspend does work on -current. I tried on an older
(No driver disabled, but I tried from r/o root in an installer)
Unfortunately my shinier machine is a pain to suspend. I might end up
at least it works for somebody :) It works for me (mostly) also on my
amd64 Laptop. However, except for video issues, suspend works also on my
T43, so basically suspend works also on x86.
I am confused that disabling drivers does not help. One of the few
drivers I did not disable (of course) are pci and ide! ANd I need a
keyboard too for minimal tests...
Other possible suspects?
PS: Do the install CDs or netinst CD's have ACPI enabled? Or do we have
some sort of Live CD? Since using an USB key to boot proved not feasible
to test without isntalling, if I had a CD image, Ic ould try at least on
one or two devices more where I could even compare against another OS.
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