S3 is working at the firmware level
c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006 at gmx.net
Sat Mar 3 13:39:35 EST 2007
On 03.03.2007 19:23, Mitch Bradley wrote:
> After a week of fits and starts, I got suspend-to-RAM and subsequent
> wakeup working reliably on B2 XOs.
> The main body of the suspend/resume subroutine lives in RAM (for speed)
> at the address 0xf0000, an address range that is traditionally (i.e. on
> DOS/Windows PCs) used for accessing the BIOS ROM in 16-bit mode. The
> size of the routine is about 1K. It is written in assembly language,
> and does not depend on any of the Open Firmware Forth infrastructure at
> runtime (Open Firmware loads the subroutine into RAM on initial
> power-up, but the routine is otherwise self-contained).
Does that mean the code can be integrated into the LinuxBIOS svn tree?
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