hughsient at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 03:53:11 PDT 2007
On Tue, 2007-03-27 at 12:43 +0200, Danny Kukawka wrote:
> You can't say clearly IIRC if something get saved to RAM, because this get
> normaly handled by the bios and depend on the bios implementation. I have
> seen machines which show the same behavior on Standby as on suspend-to-ram.
Sure, but what I've described is the common case, no?
> > Standard Nomenclature
> > This section describes the standard nomenclature that should be used by
> > programmers when implementing the Power Management Specification.
> > Standby
> If you provide information about Standby, why are there no functions on the
> interface to call Standby (Standby/CanStandby/CanStandbyChanged/)? I know HAL
> don't provide a interface by default, but there are (maybe old) machines
> which support no suspend-to-ram but work with Standby.
Valid point. Either we can add the standby stuff to the spec, or I can
drop the standby description. kpowersaved uses standby doesn't it?
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