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Old 08-06-2003, 04:59 PM   #1
GŠutama
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controling apm better


My apm deamon works great, but I would like to control it a little bit more. I have a laptop and when I am on battery and havent used the computer for a while the screen is shut down to save power. I would like to do that when I am plugged in to the power net.

It would be perfect if the screen would turn off after a while aswell as when I wan't it to i.e with a command.

I recon someone must know this =:-)
 
  


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