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Re: getting ACPI suspend to work (on Dell Inspiron)

My HP Pavilion ze4430us suspends when i echo 3 into /proc/acpi/sleep, and
everything looks good until i try to turn it back on. Opening the lid does
nothing, and pressing any of the hotkeys or the power key cause it to
begin to power up, and then it just shuts down.

This could be an issue with the laptop, however. The options in the sleep
file do not include 1, which i hear means the bios may not properly
support sleeping.

It works in windows, of course.

On Fri, 7 May 2004, Jonathan Baron wrote:

> On 05/07/04 15:52, Christian Menzel wrote:
> >On Fr, 2004-05-07 at 15:38, Jonathan Baron wrote:
> >
> >> Suggestions?
> >You can do 'echo 3 > /proc/acpi/sleep' to enter suspend.
> I tried this just from the command line (as root of course) and
> absolutely nothing happens.  Hmm.
> I agree that this is a serious issue for laptops.
> Jon
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