[clug-talk] Sporadic Resume Problems
gustin at echostar.ca
Mon May 29 07:06:55 PDT 2006
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> On Sun May 28 23:02:00 PDT 2006, Gustin Johnson
> <gustin at echostar.ca> wrote:
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>> Ok, after a weekend of suspend/resume (I have not actually
>> shutdown the
>> laptop since I installed the new kernel at work on Friday), I am
>> now a
> Thanks for the info, Gustin.
> Kernel level stuff is pretty much unchartered territory for me.
> Can you point me in the right direction with respect to finding
> out what the newest SMP kernel is? Assuming I don't have to go
> roll my own....
Think of SMP as an option that you can enable or disable. This "option"
has been available for a long time in the standard (aka upstream aka
kernel.org) linux kernel. You "enable" it in the list of options (there
are GUI tools for setting kernel options) before compiling it. You
likely have the latest version available that has been built by your
distro. So unless google points you to someone who has prebuilt a
kernel for your laptop, you already have the latest one. Unless you
roll your own of course.
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