[LinuxBIOS] Crazy idea? LinuxBios+Suspend 2
rminnich at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 15:29:51 CET 2006
On 12/11/06, Adam Talbot <talbotx at comcast.net> wrote:
> Like always I am looking for a faster boot time. So an idea came to
> me. My current "speed system" loads Linuxbios. Then the 2.6.18 kernel,
> until it reaches the suspend2 code (www.suspend2.net). At that point it
> resumes from the suspend file, hiding out in swap space. How hard would
> it be to build in a "suspend to disk" function into linuxbios?
is your 2.6.18 system loaded in flash or via filo?
It would be nice if suspend2 could dump the image into an elfimage on
a partition specially set up for, instead of hidden in swap. Then you
could even load it from filo ... but on fast machines, linux is going
to go faster than most things; could we load 2.6.18 or whatever in
flash instead of filo and have it load the magic suspend file?
The problem there is that I thought that the suspend kernel and the
boot kernel had to be the same kernel; is that true or not?
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