the group's faq is your friend concerning the size of the s2d partition and
how to go about this project.
You will need one partition for s2d under Linux. XP has a file on it's own
partition in which it writes the contents of the ram and video ram when
suspending (so no worrying about this aspect of the Redmond os).
It probably is a good idea to compile APM into the kernel since your
computer might otherwise unexpectedly hang on apm-events. Also, check out
what you have to watch out for concerning your graphics adapter. It might
need "special treatment."
If you have further questions, please don't hesitate to ask (include your
system configuration too).
At 16:36 25.06.2002 +0000, you wrote:
>Do i need to create special partiotns for the suspend to disk and
>the other APM support, it seems the more i read the more it sounds
>like i do. If so, how big should it be, and do i need 2 of em, or
>just 1? Also does anyone have Xp and then Linux on the 2nd partiotn
>of there drive, and if so how did the shrink the factory XP partion?