On Thu, 2007-02-01 at 16:47 +0100, Phil Knirsch wrote:
Hm, i've talked also with a few other folks here and maybe a
description would help a lot. Or do something like:
Hibernate (suspend to memory)
Suspend (suspend to harddisk)
It's exactly vice versa ;-). At least here on my Desktop(tm)(*),
"Hibernate" suspends to disk and the "Suspend" entry of the power
manager applet has a nice stylized memory module overlay (though I
haven't tried it out lately as I should have).
(*): Given some not quite recent discussions on this list, my not
mentioning what desktop environment I'm using should give you an idea
what I use. Sort of ;-P.
although the later really looks wierd as suspend is used twice there.
I'll try a few things and see what looks best, probably dicing up the
Hibernate (to disk)
Suspend (to memory)
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