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Re: prevent APM-Standby on lid-close

Le Lundi 20 Janvier 2003 18:24, Derek Broughton a écrit :
> From: "Sean 'Shaleh' Perry" <shaleh@debian.org>
> > On Monday 20 January 2003 08:11, Christian Link wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > how can i prevent the APM Daemon to send my notebook into standby mode
> > > when I close the lid. I'm using Debian Woody, got an Inspiron 5000e and
> > > have kernel 2.4.19-ck7 with APM turned on an not checked 'Ignore User
> > > Suspend'. I guess there's an entry to comment in one of the APM config
> > > files.
> >
> > most laptops config this in BIOS.
> Really?  Not either of the laptops I've owned (a Dell Inspiron and a
> Thinkpad), and since it's an option in every version of Windows I've used,
> M$ obviously expects it to be under software control.  I know how I would
> enable/disable standby on my Inspiron using ACPI, but I don't know what
> you'd do with APM.
how do you enable standby with ACPI? I've got a Gericom 1400, ACPI give me 
nice info about battery state or systeme temperature but i don't know how to 
activate standby (without swsuspend).

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