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Re: notification of resume

Claudius Hubig wrote:
Dear Hugo,

Hugo Vanwoerkom wrote:
How would a script know that the system has just been resumed from hibernation?

assuming that you use the pm-utils to hibernate/thaw your system, you
can use /etc/pm/sleep.d:

   /etc/pm/sleep.d, /usr/lib/pm-utils/sleep.d
      Programs in these directories (called hooks) are combined and
      executed in C sort order before suspend and hibernate with as
      argument 'suspend' or 'hibernate'. Afterwards they are called
      in reverse order with argument 'resume' and 'thaw'
      respectively. If both directories contain a similar named file,
      the one in /etc/pm/sleep.d will get preference. It is possible
      to disable a hook in the distribution directory by putting a
      non-executable file in /etc/pm/sleep.d, or by adding it to the
      HOOK_BLACKLIST configuration variable.

I don't use pm-utils. Maybe I should. Thanks Claudius.


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