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Re: How do I revive my acpi laptop from a /proc/acpi/sleep 3 event/sleep

Jerome Werner wrote in linux.debian.laptop:
>  When I put it into sleep 3, it seems to go into standby fine. The
>  problem is, how do I restart it? The keyboard is dead (pressing the
>  keyboard revives it under windows). I see a flashing power light. I
>  also have tried pressing the power button but this doesn't really
>  do anything  except turn it off if pressed long enough. When the
>  computer starts back up, the "session" is not saved. So how do I
>  get my system to do a soft-stanby / sleep (as opposed to
>  hibernation) under acpi sleep 3?

This is actually a bug in the acpi kernel code. See [1] for a patch
that allows you to specify which acpi devices should wakeup your
laptop from sleep.

[1] http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1415

Kind regards,
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