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Re: [opensuse] PC fails to resume after suspend sometimes
On Fri, 9 Jun 2017 19:39:18 +0200
"Carlos E. R." <robin.listas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The rest come as dependencies.

Well yes, but it isn't actually a dependency! Even for the binary RPM.
And for the source RPM I'd argue there shouldn't be any at all. It's
just text to read. Now I agree that if my intention was to compile it,
then I'd need some other sources as well, but that isn't my intention
at present.

On 2017-06-09 19:21, Dave Howorth wrote:
I've downloaded the src rpm from the mirror but I've idea how to now
install it.

As any other rpm - almost. It goes into "/usr/src/packages/". Or you
can look inside with "mc".

I install RPMs using YaST. I don't know how else, and my searches
suggested zypper si but that's what wanted MB of other stuff.

Meanwhile, you have to call it from the command line

The whole point is that the system should power down when I am NOT
there, not when I am!

Ah! That's different.
That is done in "settings Manager"/"Screen Saver"-"advanced". But I do
not see how to change the target, it is not possible.

I've no idea what "settings Manager" is?

Wait. Try "settings Manager"/"Settings Editor". Go to XFCE4-power
manager. On right hand panel there is a string setting for
inactivity-sleep-mode. It is set to "Suspend". Try change it.

Or some other method of controlling the system configuration to set
hybrid-sleep as the target. Does nobody else use this?

I discovered it recently.

Discovered what?


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