> I'm not a SuSE expert so I'm not sure what YaST is doing, but I imagine<BR>
> you have to make grub changes via YaST rather than editing the grub<BR>
> configs directly.<BR>
Mikhail - Suse does use your swap partition for hibernation.<BR>
Yes, you should use Yast to alter any settings.<BR>
However -sometimes you do just have to get in there by hand!<BR>
Just to cheer us all up, and make our skillsets obsolete, Opensuse now uses systemd (Joy!)<BR>
In fact it was system which caused me to have to hand hack some grub files.<BR>
I moved a hard drive between systems, and for some reason it wouldn't boot up.<BR>
If it had been using what Godintended - ie SysV init - it would have stopped somewhere sensible and I could have figured it out.<BR>
Instead I got some cryptic 'systemd says no' type error message.<BR>
Finally had to boot to a live CD and futz with things.<BR>
That's enough though - system moans for another day/thread.<BR>
BTW Mikhail, why are you so dead set against cpufreq settings?<BR>
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