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Old 04-18-04, 02:26 AM   #1
jeff_sadowski
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Default Software suspend

I'm guessing the reason software suspend does not work
with the nvidia driver is because of DMA ?
I was wondering if there is a good solution to using suspend?
for now this is what I use.
I have the default XF86Config file with XFree86's nv driver
and I have the nvidia kernel module loaded if a program needs accelerated graphics I have it start a new X session with another XF86Config file
that has the nvidia driver.
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