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The Z60m has SATA. I think i read something, that for suspend-to-disk you should switch the SATA mode in bios to "compatibility". will if i can test this. --[[User:Alfonx|Alfonx]] 03:22, 24 November 2006 (CET)
 
The Z60m has SATA. I think i read something, that for suspend-to-disk you should switch the SATA mode in bios to "compatibility". will if i can test this. --[[User:Alfonx|Alfonx]] 03:22, 24 November 2006 (CET)
 
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* I still didn't get my Z61m working 10 out of 10 tries with any suspend method! I tried  2.6.19.2 2.6.19-mm2  and the standard Kubuntu-Edgy Kernel. echo  disk > /sys/prower/state gives me "insufficiant memory" or "write error" or .... The SATA compatibility setting in the BIOS was at least not the final solution. :-( I'll keep you up-to-date --[[User:Alfonx|Alfonx]] 02:18, 25 January 2007 (CET)
I am brand new to editing on this side, but I wanted to add a R52 (18299MG with Debian sarge) with kernel 2.6.17.9 working perfectly with swsusp.
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Please provide a pointer on how to "change your kernel config". Remember, all Linux users are not hackers and geeks! --MarkStosberg 16:38, 8 April 2006 (CEST)

The Z60m has SATA. I think i read something, that for suspend-to-disk you should switch the SATA mode in bios to "compatibility". will if i can test this. --Alfonx 03:22, 24 November 2006 (CET)

* I still didn't get my Z61m working 10 out of 10 tries with any suspend method! I tried  2.6.19.2 2.6.19-mm2  and the standard Kubuntu-Edgy Kernel. echo  disk > /sys/prower/state gives me "insufficiant memory" or "write error" or .... The SATA compatibility setting in the BIOS was at least not the final solution. :-( I'll keep you up-to-date --Alfonx 02:18, 25 January 2007 (CET)