James Drabb JDrabb at
Thu Nov 20 23:09:05 UTC 2003

On Wed, 2003-11-19 at 18:01, Felipe Alfaro Solana wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-11-19 at 22:57, Jorge L.Martin C. wrote:
> > --What I need--
> > I can suspend with apm -s as root, how can I suspend as user?
> as root:
> chmod +s /usr/bin/apm
> Then, enable the apmd daemon
> chkconfig --level 345 apmd on
> service apmd start
> Now, you'll be able to "apm -s" as a normal user.

How do you un-suspend?  apm -s *seem* to work, my vpr Matrix laptop
went to sleep, and the power light kept flashing.  However, nothing
I tried would make it come out of a sleep state.  I had to unplug the
power and remove the main battery to finally get the system back to

I don't think apm, acpi works on my laptop yet, even with the 2.6
kernels, I don't get any battery status etc. : (

Jim Drabb
The box said: "Requires Windows 98/2000/XP/NT, or better."
So, I installed LINUX!
James Drabb JR
Senior Programmer Analyst
Davenport, FL USA

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