[TuxOnIce-users] how dirty is it?
nigel at tuxonice.net
Mon Sep 6 23:17:46 UTC 2010
On 06/09/10 13:25, lance lassetter wrote:
> On Sat, 2010-08-28 at 08:19 +0800, Aaron Lewis wrote:
>>> I am new to the list.
>>> Just how dirty is it to remove pm-utils from a Gentoo Gnome installation
>>> and symlink /usr/sbin/hibernate to /usr/sbin/pm-hibernate ?
>> I'm also on gentoo , no need i think.
>> * qlist pm-utils| grep tux
>> See it's a module , so echo *anything* you like to /sys filesystem or /proc.
>> If you would like to remove pm-hibernate , you need to modify the structure of
>> arguments handling ( wrong args will make /usr/bin/hibernate exit )
>> Do a custom hack on tuxoince module will be fine , i think.
>> Also , search old archives about this topic if possible , it's discussed long
>> time ago.
>> BTW: FBSplash works fine , only key combinations ( like r to enable reboot ,
>> escape to cancel .. ) fails , that's problem with fbsplash , bootsplash wasn't
>> supported on gentoo maybe.
> Yeah. I went ahead and just installed pm-utils to be gnome compliant.
> My only question is with the tuxonice script/module in pm-utils why
> don't they do S4 and do shutdown instead?
It shouldn't matter much ACPI state you enter after writing the image -
S4 might enable some features that S0 doesn't (wake on lan or such
like), but it's not a huge difference.
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