Custom Shutdown Options
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theunknownandrew at gmail.com
Tue Aug 24 15:23:19 BST 2010
On 11 August 2010 22:38, Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. <bss at iguanasuicide.net> wrote:
> (Reposted from kde-linux after a few days without a reply...)
> Suspend to Disk works fine on my laptop. Suspend to RAM works great on my
> laptop. However, I prefer to get the best of both worlds most of the time and
> use Suspend to Both.
> I can do this manually with a (sudo s2both) in a konsole window. Then, resume
> usually comes from RAM, unless my laptop has depleted the battery, and then
> resume comes from disk.
> What is the best way to integrate the "Suspend to Both" option into my KDE
> environment? I'd like to choose it from the "Leave..." menu, as will as using
> it as an action in the power management settings.
> Debian is my distribution of choice. I run a mixed system which is mostly
> Lenny, but of course all the KDE packages come from Squeeze or unstable. I'm
> certainly willing to pull additional packages from Squeeze, unstable, or even
> experimental if they can help with this task.
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Just a suggestion,
Try posting this query in the kde-devel list, they may be of more help.
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