> This patch (a minor update on one that I accidently left lkml out of the To:)
> removes the "General Options" top level config menu from the i386 build for
> 2.5.20. It didn't describe what it was doing, and it contained a broad
> collection of mostly unrelated configuration options.
> To replace it, you now get:
> "Power management options (ACPI, APM)", which also includes software suspend.
> "Bus options (PCI, PCMCIA, EISA, MCA, ISA)"
> "Executable file formats"
> While moving software suspend, I also took the chance to tweak the Config.help
Please don't tell people about sysrq-D, I'm going to kill that. OTOH convient
way is echo 4 > /proc/acpi/sleep -- that is if you have ACPI enabled.
Swsusp is required for suspend-to-ram, too. I plan to fix that somehow,
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