Re: Suspend on Omnibook XE3
Have you checking www.linux-laptop.net?
There were several entries for OmniBooks, at least one of this
had a discussion of APM:
Does that help at all?
On Wed, Aug 22, 2001 at 08:14:47PM +0200, Jose Manuel Gomez wrote:
> On Wednesday 22 August 2001 17:25, you wrote:
> > Is power management turned on in the BIOS and does the kernel
> > have the support compiled in?
> Hi Clayton, thank you for your help :)
> I have the following options:
> [*] Power Management support
> [ ] ACPI support
> <*> Advanced Power Management BIOS support
> [ ] Ignore USER SUSPEND
> [*] Enable PM at boot time
> [*] Make CPU Idle calls when idle
> [ ] Enable console blanking using APM
> [ ] RTC stores time in GMT
> [ ] Allow interrupts during APM BIOS calls
> [ ] Use real mode APM BIOS call to power off
> BTW, is there any form of using those special keys (suspend, www, email, ...)
> in linux? I tried with the program showkey but they didn't returned a value.
> I'm just curious about this.
Clayton Carter crcarter @ cs indiana edu
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