Projects / lphdisk


lphdisk is a Linux utility to prepare hibernation partitions for use on laptops with Phoenix NoteBIOS. This utility is not needed to use the Suspend-To-Disk feature. It allows one to create a valid hibernation partition without having to boot to DOS and use the buggy PHDISK.EXE utility. This is especially useful after resizing/moving partitions or drives, or after adding system RAM to a laptop.

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  •  12 Feb 2002 15:12

Release Notes: A small problem during partition checking that would incorrectly report an error and a small bug in the debugging/error message output have been fixed.

  •  24 Aug 2001 17:56

Release Notes: Almost a complete rewrite; new features include the ability to use any partition (not just the fourth primary), drives other than first IDE/SCSI, detection of physical and video RAM for automagic guessing and recommendation of partition size, more error and sanity checking, GNU long option support, debugging, and much more.

  •  30 Jan 2001 06:13

    Release Notes: Initial release.


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