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Topic Title: Debugging Linux On Ice Suspend/Resume Program
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Created On: 09/02/2008 06:56 AM
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 09/02/2008 06:56 AM
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The present version of Linux TuxOnIce (Suspend and resume) is not compatible with all modules on the kernel.

The main method of debugging is by trial and error.

According to the guide / documentation:
1. All parts of kernel (if possible) should be build as module.

2. Try to boot using basic kernel without any module.

3. Enable module one by one to test which module is NOT compatible with TuxOnIce.

TuxOnIce is not compatible with certain part of kernel. If this part is built as module, the keyboard driver should also be built as a module.

When the user reboot the computer with basic kernel, the keyboard module is NOT loaded, therefore the user cannot debug TuxOnIce, because he/she cannot use the keyboard.

Is there any other way to debug TuxOnIce?

Thank you.
 09/02/2008 12:37 PM
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Is there some sort of log that TuxOnIce keeps? You could post that here or on pastebin and then we can debug from there.
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