I believe I saw Daniel O'Connor (doco...@gsoft.com.au) write this:
Well.. under Windows the s2d functionality is provided by Windows itself using
FreeBSD doesn't do this yet (for lo it is very difficult) :(
There is apparently a way to get the BIOS to do suspend (Fn+A) to a seperate
partition, but I haven't got it to work :(
I've got the A10 BIOS (so now I can suspend to ram and everything comes back
except USB [the mixer volumes are reset to 0 though]) but no suspend to disk :(
The BIOS always reports that there is no partition or it is incompatible with
this BIOS (depending on the method I try).
If you have no luck finding the tool let me know any I'll send it to you.
Just setup my partition, and I get a message saying that the BIOS can't
find a compatible partition.. grrrrr
Anyone else have some ideas?
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