> Just a moment. You talk about doing a `Save-to-Disk' (incl. 
> system halt), turning power off, maybe adding some hardware or
> moving the machine to another location, then switching on again,
> restoring the system context, and the machine will proceed as if
> nothing had happened, do you?
I think FreeBSD supports something similar already. It's a little outdated
by modern computing standards, but it used to be called a "halt" or a

Advantage of those outdated concepts used to be that you could replace your
/kernel, adding for example a new driver for the new hardware, or after a
cvsup. Just curious, but are you planning to add such functionality to S4?


    Kees Jan

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