hoping for suspend2 support in feisty

Ben Collins ben.collins at ubuntu.com
Wed Nov 29 04:37:26 GMT 2006

> As I see it, actually, this issue only tangentially impacts the kernel
> team -- right now, it's only my ignorance of the ubuntu build process
> (and the fact that I'm a crap programmer) that forces you to keep
> helping me out!  If, sometime soon, it becomes relatively easy to
> routinely build suspend2-enabled kernels destined for universe --
> something like the way xen kernels but maybe more the way low-latency
> kernels are currently built -- then the real work would be to ensure
> that the process of installing those kernels is as painless as possible
> for the people who need it.  In my view, this means:

If someone wants to do something similar for suspend2 as was done for
xen, then there is nothing stopping them.

It's not as simple as lowlatency, where we only changed a couple of
config options. The suspend2 patch for the kernel is invasive and wont
be available in our stock kernel.

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