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Re: [trinity-users] TDE Powersave "Freeze"

From: Thierry de Coulon <tcoulon@...>
Date: Sat, 26 Sep 2015 08:38:00 +0200
On Saturday 26 September 2015 01.06:52 Timothy Pearson wrote:
> It's rather poorly explained / understood outside of kernel circles;
> here's the documentation on all of the suspend states:
> So "Freeze" means "Suspend to Idle", which is the only power saving state
> available that does not require hardware cooperation.  It will give you
> the absolute lowest amount of power saving available, and in most cases
> won't even be worth the trouble of having to reconnect network services,
> etc. when you bring the machine back out of Freeze.
> Tim

Thank you Tim for the explanation. Interrestingly, TDE on openSUSE has both 
suspend to disc and suspend to RAM (and both work, even if the machine seems 
stuck a while when comming out of suspend to disc), but TDE on Ubuntu proses 
suspend to RAM and Freeze.