[Pm-utils] pm-suspend

Mauro Meneghin mm at g1ld0.it
Tue Oct 26 04:22:20 PDT 2010

Hello, in case you want to check to prevent spam in the list, I've put a 
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Anyway I solved in the rude way:

cd /usr/sbin
rm pm-suspend pm-suspend-hybrid pm-hibernate
ln -s /bin/false pm-hibernate
ln -s /bin/false pm-suspend
ln -s /bin/false pm-suspend-hybrid

I haven't understood which app calls pm-suspend by the way
it's not yast (the opensuse settings app).
Ok thanks anyway, bye

On 26/10/10 08:00, Michal Vyskocil wrote:
> On Monday 25 of October 2010 23:44:04 Mauro Meneghin wrote:
>> Hello, I'm not a pm-utils developer, just I'm looking for a solution for
>> a common problem.
>> I have an opensuse box on a laptop that I use as a remote server.
>> On that box hibernate and suspends do not work, and it's common also
>> on other linux distros and machines.
> Hi Mauro,
> please drop me a bug in bugzilla.novell.com - assignee mvyskocil at novell.com
> with /var/log/pm-*.log attached. I'll try to help you.
> Regards
> Michal Vyskocil
>> So now I was wondering why your pm-suspend puts my remote server
>> in standby about once a month with a default configuration.
>> Can I disable that weird behaviour in some way?
>> I could delete pm-suspend and create a symlink to /bin/true in case
>> I don't find a better solution.
>> Thanks
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