How to not do acpi resume-from-disk after a normal reboot (Workaround)

How to not do acpi resume-from-disk after a normal reboot (Workaround)

Post by googl » Fri, 31 Oct 2003 09:22:54


Figured out a work-around to my question. See below.


turns out that doing these commands for /dev/hda6 (my swap partition)
swapoff -a
mkswap /dev/hda6
swapon -a

solves the problem, so I've added this to the end of my suspend/resume script.
 
 
 

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Hi!


So what was the last kernel where it worked?
Pavel

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