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PM Development in The Linux Kernel Since August 2010


Presentation and discussion of the most important changes in the Linux kernel related to power management introduced since the last PM mini-summit in August 2010.


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    Rafael Wysocki

    Faculty of Physics U. Warsaw, SUSE/Novell


    Rafael is the maintainer of the Linux kernel’s core power management subsystem and the suspend-utils package containing hibernate user space tools (known as uswsusp) and the suspend-to-RAM utility called s2ram.

    He works at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, as a Senior Lecturer. He has been working at the university for over 7 years teaching computer programming and IT and administering computer systems.

    He also works for SUSE Labs as a kernel developer. He has been actively working on the Linux kernel since 2005, mostly on the suspend and hibernate subsystem as well as on power management in general and the ACPI and PCI subsystems.

    Rafael holds a PhD in Theoretical Physics from the University of Warsaw.