Current version: lphdisk 0.9.1 - Minor bugfix release
Released: 12 February 2002
Welcome! Here you will find lphdisk and related information. lphdisk is a Linux utility to format hibernation partitions for use with the APM Suspend-To-Disk features on laptops with Phoenix NoteBIOS. While one does not need this utility to use this notebook feature, if the memory size ever changes, disk gets upgraded/repartitioned, the hibernation partition may need to be recreated. Until now, this could only be accomplished by booting off of a DOS floppy and using a buggy utility called PHDISK.EXE provided either straight from Phoenix Technologies or the hardware manufacturer/distributor.
Now, on with the show...
You may wish to view the README file before
downloading the source.
Also, I have compiled a list of laptops that lphdisk has been test and is known to work on.
lphdisk-0.9.1.tar.gz (28.6k) - Source tarball,
lphdisk-0.9.1.tar.bz2 (26.3k) - Source tarball, bzipped
lphdisk-0.9.1-1.i386.rpm (23.4k) - RedHat 7.x i386 binary RPM
lphdisk-0.9.1-1.src.rpm (32.0k) - RedHat 7.x source RPM
Note: You may build your own RPMs from the source tarball with "rpm -ta lphdisk-0.9.1.tar.gz".
(Debian packages coming soon)
If you are looking for an older version of lphdisk, previous releases are
Feel free to send me bug reports, comments, questions, praise, success stories, rants, and flames. Thanks!
Thanks to Jeremy Wade, Mark Allen, Brad Douglas, and Heather Stern for their support of this project... and last but definitely not least, Alex Stewart who has not only rewritten nearly all of lphdisk, but provided a number of bugfixes, patches, and suggestions.