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Date:      Mon, 14 Feb 2005 19:32:27 +0100
From:      Bruno Ducrot <ducrot@poupinou.org>
To:        ZC Wong <zcwong@acm.org>
Cc:        freebsd-acpi@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Suspend to disk on a Toshiba Portege R100
Message-ID:  <20050214183227.GO1145@poupinou.org>
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On Mon, Feb 14, 2005 at 05:50:36PM -0000, ZC Wong wrote:
> I've no idea if it's a 'real' Toshiba, this laptops is released a couple of
> years ago ish. It doesn't say anything indicating it has got a phoenix BIOS
> though. The configuration interface of the BIOS doesn't look like a phoenix
> one (I haven't seen a phoenix laptop BIOS before, but if it's similar to
> those PC ones). Can I just assume it's a real Toshiba? (I can try all the
> possibilities, just want to save a bit of time...I'm a bummer)

I just checked.  Its shipped with a toshiba bios.

> Also, it doesn't use a hibernation partition but a hibernation file under
> windows, does that mean there are other possibilities or is the hibernation
> file part of S4OS which has nothing to do with S4BIOS?

S4BIOS is a sort of compatibility thing when the OS is unable to provide
a way to suspend-to-disk (and require a suspend partition or sometimes a FAT95
partition as the first primary which I think is the case for you).
S4OS is when the OS is able to suspend-to-disk with minimal
help from the BIOS.  With S4OS, you just have to design how you
save memory to disk since thats no more provided by the BIOS.

Cheers,

-- 
Bruno Ducrot

--  Which is worse:  ignorance or apathy?
--  Don't know.  Don't care.



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