Suspend or hibernate - how?
Gawrysiak, Piotr (GILW)
Piotr.Gawrysiak at fao.org
Wed May 26 15:21:31 UTC 2004
Check http://swsusp.sourceforge.net/. AFAIK with ACPI you need hibernation
support from the OS, while with APM it is built into BIOS.
From: jludwig [mailto:wralphie at comcast.net]
Sent: 26 May 2004 17:12
To: For users of Fedora Core releases
Subject: Re: Suspend or hibernate - how?
On Tue, 2004-05-25 at 03:57, Leon Stringer wrote:
> With FC2, can you suspend to disk or RAM without any additional
> If so what's the command?
> I've been searching on this and as far as I can see FC2 includes ACPI
> support but no way hibernate.
> If there is a way, shouldn't the Battery Charge Monitor applet include
> this in the "Suspend command" setting (instead of a command which
> doesn't work. i.e. /usr/bin/apm -s).
> Anyone got this going reliably with the default install or with
> (Using FC2 on a Tecra 9000).
I did a Google on Linux hibernate partition and come up with gobs of sites.
jludwig <wralphie at comcast.net>
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