hoping for suspend2 support in feisty

Florian Hackenberger f.hackenberger at chello.at
Tue Nov 28 15:02:57 GMT 2006

On Tuesday 28 November 2006 15:11, Matthew Garrett wrote:
>  The chances of suspend2 itself fixing anything
> are pretty miniscule.
But AFAIK suspend2 is much faster than swsusp if compression (LZF) is enabled. 
I don't use swsusp, because it's just too slow with 1GB of RAM and my Laptop 
HD. Before switching to Ubuntu I used Gentoo and its hibernate support 
(suspend2) was MUCH faster. Maybe patching the kernel to support suspend2, 
while still using our suspend scripts would be a good idea. Some other 
attractive features of suspend2:

- Encryption
- Suspend-to-file support

Florian Hackenberger
student @
University of Technology
Graz, Austria
florian at hackenberger.at

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