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Hello group,

I'm owner of a Acer TravelMate 291 LMi (of the 290 series). Suspend
never worked correctly under Linux, but I didn't care too much for it.
However, I've now tried it again with the 2.6.9 kernel and must say it
_almost_ works. This was pretty amazing to me.

After issuing a "echo mem > /sys/power/state" as root, the system
actually went down to suspend-to-RAM. Within a few seconds it was there.
Then I pressed a key and it actually came up again!

However, judging from the logs, it immediately went down to runlevel 0
(shutdown). So I've not had much fun with my woken-up laptop... about 20
seconds or so.

How can I switch off this automatic switching to runlevel 0?

Greetings,
Johannes

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