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Old 05-10-2013, 03:40 AM   #1
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LXer: Automatically Resume from Suspend to Ram and Suspend to Disk to Save Battery in Linux


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Suspending to RAM is allows the system to quickly wake up. But Suspend to Disk allows the system to completely power off, saving more power. That's why I've written a small script for modern Linux systems, which wakes up the system from S3 (memory sleep) and puts it into S5 (hibernation) mode. Also, it prevents you from losing data, because eventually your system's battery will run out. This script helps.

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