kernel with APM support?
balay at fastmail.fm
Fri Jul 2 14:49:30 UTC 2004
On Thu, 1 Jul 2004, Globe Trotter wrote:
>> You can use either APM or ACPI for powermanagement (not both at the
>> same time). With FC2 the default is ACPI. When you use the kernel boot
>> option "acpi=off" - ACPI is disabled and APM is enabled.
>> Now the userlad 'apmd' can interact with the kernel & provide the apm
>> functionality (Fn-F4 for suspend etc..)
> Thank you again, Satish. By the way, should I use apmsleep or is there some
> other alternative to use with ACPI?
Does APM work for you or not?
If ACPI were to work - you would do the following to send the laptop
to sleep (as root):
echo 3 > /proc/acpi/sleep
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