Re: pmud & closed powerbook
>Actually, this is true for the Wallstreet, but not for the Lombard
>(and probably the Pismo). MacOS supports operation while closed on
>What you do is put the machine to sleep, plug in an external keyboard,
>and push the power button on the keyboard to wake it up.
Well, one difference is that MacOS has some temperature management that
we don't have.
Also, I think I remember reading an Apple TIL article saying that newer
machine do let you run with the lid closed, but that it was not
encouraged by Apple to do so because of those heat problems.