How to completely disable suspend?
jw at raven.inka.de
Fri Jan 15 20:54:50 UTC 2010
On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 04:50:37PM +0100, Xandros Pilosa wrote:
> Dne 15.01.2010 (pet) ob 16:12 +0100 je Josef Wolf zapisal(a):
> I think clearing (in gconf-editor)
> should help to get rid of those messages.
> But I think you should clear all options for suspend (if you really need
> to), thus pm won't even try to suspend :
> changing the values to "hibernate" or "nothing" (without"").
> Furthermore, you can check:
> for not contain "suspend" value
> and change
> to "nothing".
> This should be enough for gnome pm, if you use some other tool or
> tweaking, that looks back at the old
> it may be usefull to change this file too (comment "ACPI_SLEEP=true"
Ah, there are lots of settings. Thanks for your comprehensive summary!
I have one more questions, though: I refer to configure my systems on
command line (via a system similar to cfengine), so I used gconftool
to set the values. But contrary to gconf-editor, gconftool don't seem
to have the possibility to make a setting default/mandatory for all users.
What am I missing?
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