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For suspending to RAM, try one of these options:
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From [[Wikipedia:Sleep mode]]:
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:''Sleep mode can go by many different names, including '''Stand By''', '''Sleep''', and '''Suspend'''. When placed in this sleep mode, aside from the RAM which is required to restore the machine's state, the computer attempts to cut power to all unneeded parts of the machine. Because of the large power savings, most laptops automatically enter this mode when the computer is running on batteries and the lid is closed.''
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Suspend to RAM in Arch Linux using one of the following methods:
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* [[pm-utils]]
 
* [[pm-utils]]
 
* [[Suspending to RAM with hibernate-script]]
 
* [[Suspending to RAM with hibernate-script]]
 
* [[uswsusp]]
 
* [[uswsusp]]

Revision as of 23:34, 25 January 2011

From Wikipedia:Sleep mode:

Sleep mode can go by many different names, including Stand By, Sleep, and Suspend. When placed in this sleep mode, aside from the RAM which is required to restore the machine's state, the computer attempts to cut power to all unneeded parts of the machine. Because of the large power savings, most laptops automatically enter this mode when the computer is running on batteries and the lid is closed.

Suspend to RAM in Arch Linux using one of the following methods: