Bug#397887: Re: Re: Bug#397887: Re: Bug#397887: [Pkg-cryptsetup-devel] Bug#397887: resume support renders system unbootable

martin f krafft madduck at debian.org
Mon Nov 13 10:39:21 CET 2006

also sprach David Härdeman <david at hardeman.nu> [2006.11.13.0014 +0100]:
> So that means that suspend2disk actually removes the swap signature from 
> disk when you suspend. I seemed to recall that the suspend solutions 
> didn't do that but reading the source it seems I'm wrong.

Aparently. Also note that there are two different implementations of

> I wrote a quick patch to add detection of swsusp, suspend2 and
> uswsusp to fstype and sent it to the to the klibc ML and as a BR
> against klibc-utils a couple of minutes ago.

You rock. Thanks!

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