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Old 02-01-2011, 12:24 AM   #1
smartanwar80
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Power aware application


Hi,
I am working to develop software for a Set top box with GIT Linux.

I need to implement power management feature.

I have added the routines in the kernel with which the system can enter suspend when I give the following system call from the application

system("echo standby > /sys/power/state")

My question is how to have a callback in the user level application which will come to know that the system has resumed after suspend?


Can I pass a user level function to the register_pm_notifier api...or is ther any other way out
 
  


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