From: Victor Kress (kress_at_u.washington.edu)
Date: Thu Apr 08 1999 - 06:27:58 EDT
Hibernate works fine on my 600 (also redhat 5.2). It required a small change to the
APM source before compileing (#undef APM_NOINTS), but that was all, and this was
only on the 600. It will just beep and not hibernate if there is an active network card
installed (requiring that you pop the card). You should be able to get it working. Try a
On Thu, 8 Apr 1999 13:08:34 -0400 (EDT), Ken D'Ambrosio wrote:
>Hmmmm... well, firstly, I don't think that the TP's hibernation is really
>related to APM. (Leastwise, not on my ol' 701C.) So I'm pretty sure
>hibernation mode Should Just Work. Unless, of course, it *is* tied to
>APM... in which case I think you're out of luck. Unfortunately, as I'm
>sure you've discovered, it's been my experience that the docs for APM
>are... sparse. The good news is that some of the kernel developers are
>coming out with a New and Improved (tm) "hibernate", which is essentially
>the same as IBM's hibernate, except that it'll work for any/all i386 Linux
>installs, regardless of platform.
>Cisco Systems, Inc.
>On Thu, 8 Apr 1999, Steve Dew wrote:
>> Date: Thu, 8 Apr 1999 10:28:52 -0600 (MDT)
>> From: Steve Dew <sdew_at_ee.ualberta.ca>
>> To: thinkpad_at_cs.utk.edu
>> Subject: Hibernation problem on Linux TP 1451i
>> I've been putting Redhat 5.2 on my 1451i (after eagerly waiting 3 months
>> for delivery ;-( ) and it has been going very well so far. My only
>> problem is that it won't hibernate under Linux. It will go to standby
>> (screen, disk off), it will suspend (everything off but the RAM), but
>> it won't write RAM to disk and shut down. It just beeps and that's it
>> when I press Fn-F12.
>> This function does work under Win 98, so I know the hibernation file
>> exists. I have recompiled the kernel (2.0.36) to include APM BIOS support.
>> I have tried it with and without apmd running and with and without PCMCIA
>> support in the kernel (I haven't actually tried any PC cards in it yet).
>> Once, I thought apmd logged a problem with hda1 not being ready, but that
>> doesn't seem reproduceable. Also, I have tried it with mounted hda1 (Win98)
>> partitions and there is no change in the behaviour.
>> Any suggestions? I'd really like to get this feature working!
>> Thanks in advance!
University of Washington
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