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Bug 143397

Summary: Add a "standby" command which works with apm and acpi ?
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: Mark McLoughlin <markmc>
Component: sysvinitAssignee: Bill Nottingham <notting>
Status: CLOSED DUPLICATE QA Contact: David Lawrence <dkl>
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Description Mark McLoughlin 2004-12-20 12:30:18 UTC
See bug #121061 - battery applet defaults to "apm -s" for when you
click on it. It'd be nice to have a command which works with both acpi
and apm.

Havoc suggests adding a command with the following properties:

- it works for both apm and acpi systems
- users have permission to run it by default (probably using
  consolehelper so it's only console users)

Logging initially against SysVinit since it seems to logically belong
in the shutdown/reboot/halt etc. family.

Comment 1 joel jaeggli 2005-02-18 02:23:39 UTC
more documentation of acpi suspend in fedora core would be highly desireable as
well. particulary which states are expected to work.

Comment 2 David Zeuthen 2005-04-29 15:12:29 UTC
This appears to be a duplicate of bug 155613 filed against the new pm-utils package.

*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 155613 ***

Comment 3 David Lawrence 2007-06-22 02:18:14 UTC
Package name is now sysvinit in latest Fedora.