Subject: Re: sleep and hibernate...
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Peter Seebach <email@example.com>
Date: 11/22/2001 22:35:41
In message <20011123063106.M17760@snark.ptc.spbu.ru>, "Valeriy E. Ushakov" writ
>> The problem, of course, is that I don't have any spare holes in the FDISK
>> table. Unfortunately, none of the OS's in question can be installed into
>> an extended partition, so far as I know, so I need to either sacrifice one,
>> or not have a hibernate partition.
>My Dell can hybernate to a file on a FAT partion and its mks2d utility
>can create and format either a dedicated partition or a file on FAT
>(but I don't have a FAT partition, it's a netbsd only box, so I never
>Check docs for your laptop, perhaps it can do this too.
Looks so far like the answer is "no"; there's no evidence that the bios
directly supports hibernation. I found one hint on HP's site that you could
make a hibernation partition, but further reading suggests they simply mean
that a fresh install has enough space on C:.
mks2d is apparently dell-only.