APM: wakeup-on-LAN, RTC, etc
I've disabled wakeup-on-LAN in my BIOS, but my machine wakes up on
incoming connections, unless I shut down networking
(/etc/init.d/networking stop). Is this normal?
* If not, what can I do about it? I don't think the apm driver is
ignoring all my BIOS settings, for example I can toggle
turn-off-cpufan-on-suspend and it works as advertised, or is this
independent of linux?
* If so, why? Is /etc/init.d/networking somehow considered
"privileged" by the apm driver? It seems to be the case that some
programs are privileged; for example cron jobs do wake up my
machine. AFAIK the way cron works is by checking every minute if
anything needs to be done, yet my machine does not wake up every
minute. Or does cron somehow rely on RTC interrupts, or does it rely
on them only when suspended?