Sun Dec 9 17:34:17 CET 2012
> On Friday 14 May 2004 4:36 pm, lbios_kk at redfenix.com wrote:
> > I'm not necessarily talking about handling a suspend or low-power
> > I'm talking about copying the memory to disk, then powering off.
> > upon power-on next time, reload the memory state, re-init peripherals
> > go!
> I can't help feeling that it's a bit simplistic to just say "re-init
> peripherals" like that. Some peripherals can have quite a complex
> associated with them, and just re-initialising them as though you were
> starting from power-up may not make the O/S happy when it finds itself
> in control after the hibernation is over?
> There has to be some O/S involvement in going into, and returning from,
> hibernation mode - the question for LinuxBIOS is "how much of a task is
> over once you take out what the Linux kernel can already do for itself?"
> Microsoft may sell more software than any other company, but McDonald's
> more burgers than any other company, and I think the other similarities
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