swsusp

Alberto Ferrante alberto_ferrante at yahoo.it
Sat Nov 13 09:39:56 UTC 2004


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Hi all,
yes I know that RH kernels are heavily patched; my question was "why do
they decided to disable this feature"? I saw the thread on this topic on
the devel list... Thanks for making me notice that!
I also have a clean 2.6.9 kernel running, but that way some nice
features like access to samba disks through konqueror do not work :-(

Thank you for the replies

Bye
	Alberto

Cameron Simpson wrote:
> Essentially because the RedHat kernels (and in general, most vendors'
> kernels) are heavily patched from the vanilla kernels to make them stable.
> It may be that the swsusp stuff is disabled in this process.

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