Pm-utils -- Module to be used to run vendor or distro supplied scripts on suspend and resume.

 

About Pm-utils
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Provides simple shell command line tools to suspend and hibernate computer
that can be used to run vendor or distro supplied scripts on suspend and resume.
Does not depend on HAL, although HAL will depend on it.

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