new power management implementation
nergar at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 20:31:27 UTC 2008
Will this work? I currently have 4 machines running Ubuntu, only 1
suspends correctly, another suspends but audio and wireless stop working
and none can hibernate.
Odysseus Flappington wrote:
> 2008/12/4 (``-_-´´) -- Fernando <ubuntu at bugabundo.net
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> Olá Odysseus e a todos.
> On Thursday 04 December 2008 10:57:59 Odysseus Flappington wrote:
> > I'm dying to have the single 'Sleep' which suspends and then
> hibernates after a timeout :P
> You mean s2both?
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> I'm not sure what you mean by s2both.
> I'm talking about the Use Case in the spec that says: "A user puts the
> computer to sleep on battery, but then forgets about it. The computer
> should then go into a deeper power save state like hibernate."
> Essentially the plan is to replace Suspend and Hibernate with one
> 'Sleep' mode which initially suspends. Then after a certain amount of
> time of suspending without being turned on again, it hibernates to save
> even more power.
> But not only that, the whole spec is brilliant, and it would be great to
> have Ubuntu lead the way with this stuff.
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