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SubjectRe: For comment: draft BIOS use document for the kernel
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On Saturday 30 June 2001 08:47, Pavel Machek wrote:
> Hi!
>
> > > 1.3 Type 'apm -s'
> > > The machine should standby
> > >
> > > 1.4 Wake it and type 'apm -S'
> > > The machine should suspend
> >
> > According to the man pages, "apm -s" does a suspend and "apm -S" does a
> > standby.
>
> No, original seems good.
>
> apm -s: suspend to ram
> apm -S: suspend to disk

The apm man pages do not mention suspend to ram vrs suspend to disk but only
suspend vrs standby as Alan did and they say its the other way around. So
are the man pages wrong then?

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