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Re: ACPI suspend to RAM in FC3T3



Hi,

> On Tue, Oct 19, 2004 at 08:28:11AM +0200, Mark Wormgoor wrote:
> > Speaking of this, is there any way to tell Linux to go to sleep after a
> > certain inactivity timeout?  It would be nice if my desktop would go to
> > sleep after I haven't used it in 10 minutes.
> 
> How much to sleep? You can make the display do this by changing the
> xscreensaver settings. If you want the whole thing to suspend, we're not
> there yet.

My display does go off, so that's not a problem.  But I want the system
to go into standby / suspend.  The bootprocedure takes a long time if I
just want to sit down to read my e-mail.  But, leaving my desktop on
7x24 costs me Eur 250,- per year in power costs. (Yes, it's that
expensive here).  I just want to save on my power bill ;)

Kind regards,

Mark
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