Does anyone have suspend to RAM (s1, s3) working at all?
My laptop is a 2 year old Toshiba (but not really, meaning it runs a Phoenix BIOS and really is just a toshiba in name only). I use the 2.6.9 gentoo-dev-sources kernel (including swsusp2 support, which works fine for either s4 or s5 hibernate states). According to ACPI on my laptop, it should support all sleep states s0, s1, s2, s3, s4, and s5. Though really, s0, s3 are the only useful suspend to RAM states I believe.
But I've never ever gotten proper standby (suspend to RAM) to work, like when I used to run Windows. swsusp2 hibernate is pretty good, but takes about 20-25 seconds to wake up and about 10-15 seconds to hibernate. Don't get me wrong, this is fine, but sometimes I just wish for some kind of suspend to RAM, which, as many of you know, gets you from sleeping to working in about 3 seconds.
So, does anyone have suspend to RAM working at all?