[ltp] APM whilst on AC power
Wed, 26 Jun 2002 17:54:08 +0000 (CST)
A way to get past this is to do it in the BIOS itself. I had the same
issue with my A31P, and I was able to get good behaviour via the BIOS.
On Wed, 26 Jun 2002, Barnaby Gray wrote:
> System: Thinkpad T23, running Debian unstable.
> My Thinkpad used to behave itself so that it doesn't automatically
> suspend whilst on AC power and idle for several minutes, but now
> something I've changed on the system seems to have stopped it from
> working like this. Anyone have any ideas?
> /etc/apm/apm_proxy.conf has SUSPEND_ON_AC=false, but then I notice the
> comment in /etc/apm/apm_proxy near to where it read the config file
> # The following doesn't yet work, because current kernels (up to
> # 2.4.18) do not support rejection of APM events. Supporting this
> # will require changes both to the kernel and to apmlib. We will
> # re-enable this when that has been done.
> # -- firstname.lastname@example.org
> So I'm surprised it has ever worked for me!
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