Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Suspend-to-RAM and Other Troubles

I'm running KDE 4, with some grumblings on three different machines, and the "sleep" and "hibernate" options behave badly, in different ways on each machine. In my search for solutions, I ran across a way to suspend to RAM from the command line.

root@britomartis:/home/rebecca# pm-suspend

I still get a "kerneloops" message, but the keyboard and wireless don't lock up this way.

I just replaced the desktop computer I've spent so much time trying to fix lately. It was cheaper to buy a debranded, no-OS machine than to buy replacement parts that might or might not have worked. I tried to get along with the laptop as my main machine, but it was not ideal.

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