Software suspend (was Re: [vdr] boot times)
rb at nugman.de
Sun Jun 26 11:24:11 CEST 2005
> Yes, I unload the DVB drivers before suspending and reload them after
> resuming. Because of the firmware load of the DVB-USB-devices (after
> firmware load they do a soft-reboot and appear as a "new" device) I had to
> add a small delay of 3 seconds, that's what I meant by quirk.
Thanks for sharing your experience. That's very interesting because
I'm trying to improve the boot-time of my VDR for some months.
Would a hibernated PC wake up by Wake-on-LAN or Wake-on-Ring?
One of the strongest advantages of plain-text email is that people
cannot use the typesetting features they want.
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