[CentOS] CentOS 5 LiveCD better than the real one?
beranger5ca at yahoo.ca
Fri Oct 12 06:48:55 UTC 2007
--- Patrick <centos-list at puzzled.xs4all.nl> wrote:
> If you are using the 8.41 ATI driver don't as it will break
I am using i810. And it has still nothing to do with *writing* to swap
failing with I/O errors!
> iirc if your swap partition/available swap is too small hibernate can fail.
It is not. The *same* partition works with Fedora 7, Mandriva 2008, and some
> Don't use vga=... in your grub.conf as it may break suspend/resume.
I guess it would break the *resume*, but could not raise I/O *write* errors!
But I don't use vga= with RHEL5 clones anyway, as I remember it was a
regression and it was not supported at some point.
> Also make sure that the kvm, kvm_intel, iwl3945 modules are unloaded
> before suspending. This is done in /etc/pm/config.d/unload_modules
> Make sure you # chmod 755 unload_modules
> File contains something like:
> SUSPEND_MODULES="iwl3945 mac80211 cfg80211 kvm_intel kvm"
Uh, I'll check later, but I don't seem to be using neither of them.
> See this "quirk" webpage with tons of help:
Thx. I guess I should digg also on
JIC it has something of help for RHEL5.
> At least you know that it can work. That's better than not working
> at all :)
> Suspend/resume/hibernate stuff is complicated and the zillions of
> different laptops out there all with their (buggy) bios and acpi
> implementations isn't helping either. So with that in mind imho I think
> it could be much worse. There is a lot of work going on to ensure that
> laptops just work. Laptop quirks are gradually added to hal-info which
> should make more and more laptops work correctly. If you find the quirk
> fix for your laptop please send the relevant info to the hal-info
> mailing list (see that "quirk" web page I gave above).
Yeah, but... on this laptop, even distros that were released *prior* to RHEL5
manage to hibernate! (e.g. openZuZE 10.2)
Well, if I'll discover smth over the weekend, I'll let you know.
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