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PostPosted: Tue 05 Jun 2007, 06:30    Post_subject:  

As for me, after using it, I noticed my screen goes grey but doesn't switch off, even if I close the lid!! It keeps on being grey, so the battery becomes empty quite rapidly... If someone knows how to fix it, don't hesitate!
Because except this, everything works!
Thanks a lot in advance,

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PostPosted: Thu 30 Aug 2007, 09:23    Post_subject:  

My (cheating) solution to this problem was to switch to Elive 1.0 - almost as fast as Puppy on an old computer - and very easy to get Suspend/Resume (and lots of other stuff like codecs, flash, etc) working flawlessly. It is also a very stable distribution! Recommended!

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PostPosted: Fri 24 Oct 2008, 16:18    Post_subject: Eee PC 901 Puppy 4.1 on a SD cad:Suspend and Wakeup  

Tried the suspend.script from suspend.tar.gz. Works faultlessly as far as I can tell after 3 tests an an Eee PC 901 running Puppy 4.1 on a SD card. I did not try the "acpi=force to the kernel in menu.lst" trick mentioned earlier in this thread as I am not using GRUB but Syslinux bootloader. It apears not to be require in my case (maybe is use for some other reason as a I think I see an acpi message when I shutdown).

I have put a link to the suspend script on the desktop. Click this and get the same effect as using the Eee PC's native OS (Xandros based) when closing the lid. After clicking the suspend link I can close the lid and the machine cools down nicely. To wake it up I just open the lid and press momentarily the power on button.

Many thanks to rarsa

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PostPosted: Fri 24 Oct 2008, 16:25    Post_subject:  

Thanks should go to debernardis. He created the script, I just added minor things and packaged it.

I'm glad that it still works.

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PostPosted: Sat 25 Oct 2008, 15:50    Post_subject: suspend.script ?
Sub_title: where is that

Hi all,
I had a suspend script (puppy 3) working on my Vaio, but this toshiba suspends and wakes up straight away. I read somewhere that it is a problem with the usb driver, but nobody else seems to have this problem with puppy.

When one searches for "suspend script" or "suspend to mem" there are plenty of references, but perhaps a definitive script for 4.1 could be put somewhere? Even if it is wrong, at least we will all know what you're talking about!

Thanks in advance,

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