a command for delaying execution of a program for the given length of time. For low power mode, use *suspend* instead.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 wakes up spontaneously after sleeping

I have a Lenovo ThinkPad T430 running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5. Today I put my computer to sleep, double checked 10 seconds later, only to find out after arriving to my office that my computer ...
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How can I display uptime with sleep-mode time excluded?

I put my laptop to suspend mode, woke it up later, and now it shows uptime some 23 hours (with uptime), which is obviously not true. I suspect uptime simply returns the difference between the ...
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Python script run while screen is locked

I have a python script which seems to be failing to continue running its while True: ... sleep() loop my code is at http://github.com/xdaimon/xdaimonConky What happens is I autostart python on ...
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Laptop doesn' t want to wake up

My laptop (Notebook HP Pavilion g7t-1100 CTO) have been working fine till today, I enabled Virtual Technology in BIOS and from that time laptop doesn't want to wake up after I slept it. When I disable ...
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Sleep key stops working after some time

I've got a "Sleep" key on my keyboard that I use to suspend the system when I'm away from the computer for a longer time. This works fine, at least for a while after I've turned the computer on. ...
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How do I find out what process is putting my machine to sleep?

My laptop is going to sleep after about 10 minutes of inactivity, and I don't know why. I verified the standard power options, are they're not set to put my machine to sleep. Here is grep's output ...
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Waking an Ibook G4 (powerpc) running Debian Linux from suspend based on timer

I have recently received an Ibook G4 from a friend. I plan to use it as a server and have installed Debian Wheezy (7.0.0, release version) on it. However, I would like to suspend it at some points ...
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How to know when a device is ready

I have firewire mixing console and I wrote an udev rule which calls a script to set up the whole audio chain (alsa -> pulseaudio -> jackd -> firewire) as soon an the console is switched on. Now I ...
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Monitor won't sleep RHEL 6.5

I just installed linux and even after 30 minutes the monitor never goes to sleep. I have no idea where to look beyond the power management settings. Tried even setting the turn monitor off after 1 ...
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How to prevent automatic external hard-drive unmount

I am running some simulations in Matlab on a Linux machine (running Debian Gnome v3.4.2). All the scripts and heavy .mat files are in an external 1TB Toshiba hard-drive connected through USB 3.0 to ...
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udevadm trigger runs only one rule

I have 1294:1320 RISO KAGAKU device on F17. The problem is after sleep/resume hid reclaims this device back and its udev rule is ignored. If I unplug and plug in the device it is OK until next ...
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CentOS 6.5 will not sleep after period of inactivity

I've recently upgraded my Ubuntu 12.04 LTS to CentOS 6.5. This is a desktop PC (non-server) that I would like to sleep/power down after a period of inactivity. I have the following settings in my ...
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Debian Mouse Preference?

I just loaded Debian onto a live usb today for the first time. I successfully killed my laptops annoying trackpad with the synclient command, but now I can't figure out how to get Debian to stop ...
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debian testing hangs on wakeup from s2disk / s2ram

My machine (ThinkPad x230) hangs on wake up from s2disk or s2ram after a recent aptitude safe-upgrade. I am on testing. Not sure where to go from here. Searching on Google produces many old results.
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Is my MacBook Air sleeping under Debian Jessie?

I frequently notice the Apple logo lights up relatively briefly when the lid is closed on my MacBook Air running Debian Jessie. If I suspend with the lid open then the lock screen briefly appears and ...