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Old 11-02-2006, 01:23 AM   #1
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How to change the power options in Linux?

Dear All,

I am currently using the RH9, in my PC i want to change the power setting so that HDD should not go to idle after 2-3 hours and so on...

Can anybody tell me what is the method to change the power options and where i will found the power option?

Thanks in Advance,
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Take a look at the man pages for hdparm. That may be the tool to use to disable harddrive timeout.


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