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A-dummy 07-23-2002 12:42 PM

Linux-Hibernation??
 
well ,is there some utility to hibernate under linux just
like we have in win2k or xp...or some project for it ,still
under progress...

:Pengy:


jetblackz 07-23-2002 01:39 PM

Don't know, but you can always hit CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE to make the computer sleep. It works for me.

A-dummy 07-23-2002 02:21 PM

Thanks for the reply , but that's not what i meant.....what i was thinking of was some utility which will
let us recover all working programs in the same condition as they were left before u rebooted the system.....
incidentally , CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE logs me off on my comp.....can this b changed somehow.....

5amYan 07-23-2002 04:25 PM

KDE will let you save a session, so you can return to it.
But it still either powers down or drops you to command line.
Not really hibernating.

I'm not sure about gnome.

I'm sure there is a way to trsp the CTRL ALT DEL
but I donn't know off the top of my head.

A-dummy 07-24-2002 08:57 AM

atleast one way to change default action of ctrl-alt-del is from inittab file......dont know if there are
other ways.....anyway ,thanks for your responses....

jetblackz 07-24-2002 09:49 AM

Look who's helping who. LOL.

In KDE, go K> Control Center> Look & Feel> shortcuts/key binding. There!

A-dummy 07-24-2002 10:58 AM

Ahh thanks for that suggestion.....donno why i never realise that user interface is not that bad in
linux (thanks to gnome or kde)....


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