Originally Posted by notKlaatu
- I could be wrong, but last I checked nmcli cannot create new connections yet. It can connect to existing networks (ie, ones that have been seen and logged by nm) but it cannot, say, add a network connection using the results of iwscan -> wpa_supplicant -> dhcpcd
- `ibam` monitors battery life from the shell, check it out. very useful.
- i'd love to see this suspend script :-)
Have to check nmcli if it really cannot create new connections. Then there's wicd left (creating conflicts with Networkmanager).
As for power management right now I am using acpitool, but neither this one nor ibam can be configured to suspend the system if battery is low or system is idle for a certain amount of time. Guess I need to write some shell script and put it in crontab...
Suspend for slackware 14.1 works with this command
I just put it in a shell script called zzz and my fingers felt much better :-)