However, ACPI suspend may be aviable. But there isn't any GUI for it
(Rahul: will ACPI suspend also be included in the "suspend menu"?).
To activate ACPI suspend, write (on a root command line):
echo "3" > /proc/acpi/sleep
Some computers are affected by this bug:
but it migth still be aviable by:
echo "mem" > /sys/power/state
If you want to use any ACPI buttons on your computer to do this, theese
can be programmed to run commands/scripts (as root) by modifying the
files in /etc/acpid. If you want help with this, just ask.
lør, 17.09.2005 kl. 09.39 skrev Rahul Sundaram:
forsamuel cheung wrote:
> I am using gnome 2.10 on Fedora 4.
> I would like to know if there is a hibernate gnome 2.10? If yes, how
> to use that.
Hibernation or software suspend is not available in Fedora Core 4. It is
however enabled in the development tree and the next release might have it