Kernel panic after suspend-to-RAM

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http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi everybody, I'm currently developping an embedded system running Linux 2.6.24 on a SBC9261 board. After release, this board will be supplied by batteries and in order to save energy, I would need to put the system into sleep mode. In the kernel configuration (menuconfig), I added the Power Management Support with Suspend-to-RAM and standby functions. When the kernel is running, the file /sys/power/state allows me to turn the system to standby or suspend-to-RAM, by writing "standby" or "mem". It seems to work : Code: /sys/power $ echo mem > state Syncing filesy (HowTos)