[Pm-utils] Substituting "shutdown" for sleep/suspend/hibernate

Ng Oon-Ee ngoonee at gmail.com
Mon Mar 29 17:28:29 PDT 2010

Off the top of my head, couldn't you just write a script which calls
'shutdown -h now' on the suspend and hibernate events and put it
in /etc/pm/sleep.d?

On Mon, 2010-03-29 at 17:16 -0700, gmarzot at marzot.net wrote:
> I have a buggy(i think) motherboard (ga-ep45-ud3p) that does not
> appear to support S3(STR) or hibernate... I can get a machine to come
> back from true shutdown (shutdown -P now) so I was wondering how I
> might make the action for sleep or hibernate be a shutdown (powerdown)
> and no complicated resume/thaw... just power back on and boot.
> thank you very any tips, Giovanni
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