[ltp] Hibernation

Shinichi Sakata linux-thinkpad@linux-thinkpad.org
Tue, 04 Nov 2003 09:51:04 -0800 (PST)

Hibernation is working on my T40p. I created a second primary
partition (/dev/hda2) of W95 FAT16 (LBA), following the first primary
partition of XP. Then I created save2dsk.bin using phdisk.exe. I am
using APM in my kernel, but not ACPI.

Good luck


From: Joan Roig Amor=F3s <joanroig@att.net>
Subject: [ltp] Hibernation
Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2003 12:20:15 -0500

> Hi, =

> =

> I have been using Debian in a T40 for a while now (thanks to the peop=
le that =

> post how-to's in different web sites, and thanks to Knoppix!), and I =
am =

> really happy with it both at work and at home. There are a couple of =
things =

> that bother me, though. The first one is the lack of hibernation supp=
ort: is =

> there a way to hibernate the system? (I have no problem going into st=
andby, =

> but I guess that's a different thing) anyone tried the IBM hibernatio=
n =

> utility? (but I am not sure that is for Linux...). I *really* miss =

> hibernation...
> My second (little) thing: I cannot logout KDE (or Gnome) without havi=
ng my =

> screen freezing dark. I  go around it by logging out with CTRL+ALT+Ba=
ckspace, =

> so it's not a big thing, but I am not sure that is the "correct" way =
to =

> logout (I have to save sessions manually, for example). Why C+A+B is =

> different from "Logout Joan"?
> =

> Any comments/suggestions?
> Thanks!
> =

> =

> Joan
> (2.4.22-xfs, Debian unstable)
> =

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