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    Default Suspend and Hibernate Options

    When I installed openSUSE 11 I did the KDE 4 desktop environment. Afterwards I decided to go to 3.5 and fool around with 4 when it isn't really critical.

    In KDE 4 I have the option from the main menu to Suspend to Ram and Suspend to Disk, (which both work!) but in KDE 3.5 I do not have those options.

    The abilities to do this on this laptop is one thing that puts openSUSE above all other distros

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    Default Re: Suspend and Hibernate Options

    You can suspend your pc from kpowersave applet in KDE 3.5. It has a little plug (or battery) icon, right click on it and in the menu you can find suspend to memory and suspend to disk.

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