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Re: [opensuse-factory] Hibernation/suspend with systemd - documented? Where?
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On 2013-06-06 23:50, Cristian Rodríguez wrote:
El 06/06/13 17:43, Carlos E. R. escribió:

Hrmmm.. suspend is a irreversible task.. cannot end with
"dependency failure" ...(unless you are reporting on
opensuse-factory but using 12.3 systemd in which case it can
happen, they were made irreversible in systemd 198)

Suspend to ram works, if pm-utils is installed, when called from
command line (pm-suspend). From the XFCE menu it is ignored. From
systemd... I have forgotten. I should have taken notes on a paper.

If pm-utils is not installed, then XFCE menu is disabled. From command
line "systemctl suspend" gets the dependency error failure message.
pm-suspend... where is it... I don't remember.

systemctl hibernate works fine if pm-utils is not installed, but the
XFCE menu is disabled.

All those tests were done with 12.3, I can not test factory yet. I
don't usually test factory on real hardware this early in the cycle,
sorry. I keep track of events, that's about it. If you are *very*
interested, I'll find the time, and a partition to install it. Means
an entire day dedicated to it...

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Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
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