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Old 06-07-2010, 04:41 AM   #1
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catching the hibernate event


Is it possible to catch the power management events(hibarnate/standby/sleep) into the code(c++)?

Can enyone show me any samlpe code?

Thanks in advance.
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Hi -

Yes, you can.

Google for "ACPI", or "Linux hibernate C++ ACPI". You should find lots of hits.

Good luck - and have fun!
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But in fact i have spent few hours googling this before posted questions.
I can't really find how to subscript to power management event using acpi_listen?

Maybe you can help?


events, management, power

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