Benny Amorsen wrote:
>>>>> "RH" == Richard Hughes
RH> On Thu, 2007-02-01 at 01:21 +0100, Enrico Scholz wrote:
>> 'suspend-to-disk' and 'suspend-to-ram' are much more
>> names and more consistent with rest of system (/sys/power/state).
RH> And how many joe-average Linux users know what the contents of
RH> /sys/power/state is? Also, my girlfriend has no concept of what
RH> "ram" is, and why it should be faster than "disk".
RH> She does understand the speed difference between suspend and
I don't think I'll ever be able to remember which of suspend and
hibernate means suspend-to-disk. Perhaps its easier for native English
speakers, or perhaps I need my brain fixed.
Hm, i've talked also with a few other folks here and maybe a short
description would help a lot. Or do something like:
Hibernate (suspend to memory)
Suspend (suspend to harddisk)
although the later really looks wierd as suspend is used twice there.
I'll try a few things and see what looks best, probably dicing up the
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