Unable to access resume device (LABEL=swap - hda2)
Mikkel L. Ellertson
mikkel at infinity-ltd.com
Tue Mar 13 03:00:45 UTC 2007
> PLEASE *SEPARATE* your replies from quoted messages. It's hard to read
> when you run your reply into the middle of the quoted text. Leave a
> blank line between them.
>>> That's your system trying to see if you'd hibernated your system
>>> (which would dump RAM contents to the swap space, to be restored
>>> when powering up again). If you hadn't hibernated your system
>>> there wouldn't be any resuming information to find.
> George Hare:
>> Sounds perfectly logical, where do you find out things like this ?
> Reading this list is one place. I don't recall where I found out about
> how the hibernating did its trick, it was too long ago. Though
> observing what my PC does while booting up, after using hibernation, and
> not, you can work these things out for yourself. It might be worth
> looking at the mkswap man file, but I'm not using FC6, at the moment, to
> see if it's been updated with this information.
One place is in the kernel documentation package. Look for a file
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