Re: computer won't wake up!
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- Subject: Re: computer won't wake up!
- From: Emma Jane Hogbin <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2003 00:41:32 -0400
- Message-id: <20030415044132.GF635@debian>
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On Tue, Apr 15, 2003 at 05:12:22AM +0100, iain d broadfoot wrote:
> yer, the kernel-level stuff does some auto-thingies (you can tell i'm
> not a kernel hacker, can't you?) but you need acpid to handle events.
Heh. Like I'm any better. ;)
> my laptop runs xscreensaver for me when i close the lid, software
> suspends when i hit the suspend combo, and does _nothing_ when the power
> button is pressed - this last is mainly due to kittens who like
> computers a little too much. :D
I don't have a power button, I have a slidy widget on the side near my
cd-rom drive (which is *great* when you're tired and trying to burn
I just wandered away from my computer long enough for it to pull up a
screen saver (blank screen). This time when I hit the track pad it came
back (the way I'd want it to). Looks like I now have everything in place
for successful power management.
Emma Jane Hogbin
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