Quoting conor at discuskeeping.com (conor at discuskeeping.com):
> No WPA, thats a bit crap. Or does it know about WEP?
Honestly, I'm a bit vague on that. There are more details at the
bcm43xx development site.
[Ubuntu 6.06 kernel doing suspend/resume, finally:]
> Suspend to RAM or to disk (or both) ?
Suspend to RAM. I didn't attempt to test the other; this was pretty
much the last thing I did last night before heading off to bed: I
ran the installer on Xubuntu 6.06 "Dapper Drake" Alternate CD
to overwrite my Ubuntu 5.10 "Breezy Badger" installation, rebooted to
it, noted that suspend/resume did _not_ work, did "sudo apt-get update
&& sudo apt-get dist-upgrade", got a revised kernel, rebooted to it,
closed the clamshell for a while and reopened it, and observed that that
nice 2-second revival _did_ work, finally.
I'll probably play with suspend-to-disk this evening, but what I saw is
really all I'd been needing.
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