Package Details: uswsusp-git 0.r501.g668c5f7-8

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/uswsusp-git.git (read-only)
Package Base: uswsusp-git
Description: Userspace software suspend - git checkout
Upstream URL: http://suspend.sourceforge.net/
Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: uswsusp
Provides: uswsusp
Submitter: jackoneill
Maintainer: eworm
Last Packager: eworm
Votes: 159
Popularity: 0.116720
First Submitted: 2010-12-17 20:59
Last Updated: 2017-03-06 18:22

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jackoneill commented on 2011-07-11 15:08

Updated for new mkinitcpio.

Anonymous comment on 2011-07-11 09:57

mkinitcpio has hit [core], when you have time don't forget to change install() to build() in uresume-install. Thanks!

jackoneill commented on 2011-07-09 08:27

Thanks, falconindy.

Updated.

falconindy commented on 2011-07-09 01:14

perl-switch doesn't need to be a depend, only a makedepend. But don't do that either. Use this patch:

http://sprunge.us/cIeT

jackoneill commented on 2011-07-05 15:01

Perl-switch added to depends. Let me know if it works without it, once compiled (in other words, if perl-switch is just a makedepend).

Once mkinitcpio 0.7.x hits [core], I will make that change to uresume-install.

On another note, who would like to maintain this package?

Maxr commented on 2011-07-01 06:01

perl-switch is needed - compile fails without.

eworm commented on 2011-07-01 05:30

From mkinitcpio 0.7 announcment on arch-general:

We now have a build() function instead of an install() function - the
latter was an unfortunate conflict with the install utility. The hooks
in the repository have been adjusted, but backward-compatibility code is
in place (a deprecation warning will be printed). All these packages
have conflicts=(mkinitcpio<0.7).

Would be great if you could change that when mkinitcpio 0.7 is moved from [testing] to [core].

jackoneill commented on 2011-04-25 07:01

Here's hoping someone turned on notifications on this package... :)

How fast is this for everyone else? I get about 24 MiB/s write speed and 30-something MiB/s read speed (real, not compressed). It seems rather slow, doesn't it?