gnome/hal/dbus Suspend vs. hibernate-ram
Noah Meyerhans schrieb am Donnerstag, 01. Mai 2008 um 13:59:29 -0400:
> On Thu, May 01, 2008 at 01:01:21PM -0400, Noah Meyerhans wrote:
> > My new ThinkPad X300 can suspend just fine if I use the hibernate-ram
> > command, but the sleep button (Fn+F4 or "Suspend" from
> > gnome-power-manager) is not able to suspend. The system starts to
> > suspend but immediately wakes up again. What exactly is gnome/dbus/hal
> > doing when I tell it to suspend? It seems like hal is what actually
> > takes care of calling whatever programs are responsible for suspending,
> > but I can't figure out where it does this or how it's configured.
> Hmm. Never mind. It seems that the pm-* tools are what I'm looking
> for. It wasn't even all that well hidden. Hibernate seems to be
be sure that the user trying to suspend is member of powerdev group
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