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:I have only suspended-to-disk once, and I had to rmmod and modprobe appletouch, so maybe add the touchpad module to SUSPEND_MODULES?  I'm just learning this as well.  When I work out hibernation, I'll come back and fix this. -- thegnu, 10 Nov 08
 
:I have only suspended-to-disk once, and I had to rmmod and modprobe appletouch, so maybe add the touchpad module to SUSPEND_MODULES?  I'm just learning this as well.  When I work out hibernation, I'll come back and fix this. -- thegnu, 10 Nov 08
 
*A little elaboration of the relationship between pm-utils, uswsusp, and hibernate-script would be really useful to clear up confusion --[[User:VitaminJ|VitaminJ]] 10:23, 6 April 2010 (EDT)
 
*A little elaboration of the relationship between pm-utils, uswsusp, and hibernate-script would be really useful to clear up confusion --[[User:VitaminJ|VitaminJ]] 10:23, 6 April 2010 (EDT)
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== "Locking the screen saver on hibernate or suspend" does not work ==
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This script [[Locking the screen saver on hibernate or suspend]] does not work. --[[User:Ninquitassar|Ninquitassar]] 09:09, 12 January 2012 (EST)
  
 
== some sort of progress bar? ==
 
== some sort of progress bar? ==

Revision as of 14:09, 12 January 2012

Any way to get synaptics driver to function properly after such restart? -- dpc, 18 Jul 2008

I have only suspended-to-disk once, and I had to rmmod and modprobe appletouch, so maybe add the touchpad module to SUSPEND_MODULES? I'm just learning this as well. When I work out hibernation, I'll come back and fix this. -- thegnu, 10 Nov 08
  • A little elaboration of the relationship between pm-utils, uswsusp, and hibernate-script would be really useful to clear up confusion --VitaminJ 10:23, 6 April 2010 (EDT)

"Locking the screen saver on hibernate or suspend" does not work

This script Locking the screen saver on hibernate or suspend does not work. --Ninquitassar 09:09, 12 January 2012 (EST)

some sort of progress bar?

Anyone have a script to show some progress while storing to disk? (Not necessarily fancy graphics, just something more than a blinking underscore).--Unhammer 07:06, 18 August 2010 (EDT)

To get pm-hibernate to resume I had to add the "resume" hook to /etc/mkinitcpio.conf not the "uresume" like the page sugests.