Re: initramfs-tools - forgotten change?
- Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2017 19:35:36 +0200
- From: Dejan Jocic <jodejka@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: initramfs-tools - forgotten change?
On 10-06-17, David Wright wrote:
> On Sat 10 Jun 2017 at 15:46:14 (+0200), Hans wrote:
> > Hi Ben,
> > I believe, this is what happened:
> I don't know what the patch (in the OP) is or who Ben is (but I assume
> they post from 4ax.com or decadent.org.uk).
> I can only give a data point, with no particular insight into
> its generation.
> > Most people will have
> > /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume
> > file, which has a "RESUME=" content. So it will be the same, as set in
> > initramfs.conf. This "resume"-file (I believe, but I am not sure!) was some day
> > created by package uswsusp (If I am wrong. please correct me!)
> My Dell laptop hibernates and wakes up when you close and open the
> lid. None of my computers has knowingly installed uswsusp (no logs,
> no archived dpkg -l listing), and there's no trace of it in my
> apt-cacher-ng cache.
> On the Dell, the resume file has been edited to RESUME=LABEL=john04
> where john04 is a (presently unused) swap partition, and that is
> reflected in its initrd.img.
Yes, same here, Dell laptop, no uswsusp installed, but RESUME=UUID=....
> I haven't used cryptsetup, nor seen warnings. My /etc/fstab files
> use LABELs for ext partitions as a matter of course.
And my /etc/fstab use UUIDs, so that is where from that difference