On Fri, 19 Nov 2004 10:16:15 +0000, Brendan Kehoe <brendan at zen.org> wrote:
>> With John Orford's suggestion that it might be the space used for suspending
> to disk for hibernation, I paid more attention to what it was doing when I'd
> put it to sleep (echo 3 > /proc/acpi/sleep, or closing the lid after my
> 'powermanagement' file change). It's apparently putting the image onto the
> swap partition, perhaps selecting swap since the laptop only has 240Mb of
> memory (16Mb are used by the Transmeta chip's morphing engine).
>>Yep, the modern suspend does that. Any luck getting hardware
sleep/suspend going, by the way?
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