suspend and scheduled resume
fred.schaer at wanadoo.fr
Mon Apr 9 09:54:22 UTC 2007
Reason I'm asking is that I bought for my girlfriend a windows computer
with some TNT TV card (leadtek winfast something) : I know for sure that
the card wakes up the computer when using the remote, I guess it's using
wake on PCI.
But I was really really really surprised when I try to schedule a
recording, then suspend the computer : the beast is waking up a few
seconds before the recording starts...
I even tried to "start -> stop the computer" (i.e : motherboard soft
off) : the computer also booted alone and started to record...
I don't know if that's the PCI TV card that's waking up the PC, but
that's for sure something cool ;)
I knew of the bios events that allow scheduled wake up, and indeed I'm
wondering if these can be programmed from within linux ...
Derek Broughton a écrit :
> Matthew Flaschen wrote:
>> Fred Schaer wrote:
>>> I'd like to know if there's a way to schedule when my (edgy) computer
>>> wakes up -once I have suspend working- ...?
>> I believe this is by definition impossible, since the computer is not
>> supposed to do anything during suspend, except listen for user input.
> Whether it is, in practice, possible, I couldn't say, but in theory it
> shouldn't be. Some PC's have wake-on-lan or wake-on-schedule, which are
> BIOS events and should be able to generate the correct ACPI event to cause
> a wake-from-suspend.
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