Derek Broughton wrote:
Dave S wrote:
(1) How do I enable hibernate to work in breezy, Is there a how
anywhere because so far I have been getting nowhere :(
Im kind of a KDE guy, but I am guessing that the hibernate.sh should
work in either case.
It should, but it can't if you can't write to /proc/acpi/sleep
Go to KDE control panel, Power Control, Laptop Battery (hey, that's obvious,
isn't it!) Right hand tab is "ACPI Control". Click on the big button
("Setup Helper Application"), it'll probably give you an error, but it
really seems to work (!!). Then check, at least, "enable hibernate".
control panel >
laptop & power control>
no right hand tab displayed with 'ACPI control' ... all I have is
battery, power control, low battery warning, low battery critical
Greyed out below the last three of these tabs it says 'you have a
partial ACPI install .... recompile your kernel....'
When i execute ./etc/acpi/hibernate.sh I still get
already a pid for dhclient.eth0.pid ......
and the last line is ...
DHCPRELEASE on eth0 to 192.168.0.1 port 67
& it locks, Thats as far as it goes. It just sits
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